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Retail Sales In Ireland Has Fallen By Almost 30%

Retail sales in Ireland fell by almost 30% in the first half of the year. Footwear and men's and...

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07.37 28 Jul 2020


Retail Sales In Ireland Has Fallen By Almost 30%


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07.37 28 Jul 2020


Retail sales in Ireland fell by almost 30% in the first half of the year. Footwear and men's and women's fashion fell by 70% in quarter 2 while online shopping saw increases of 200%. That’s according to a new report this morning from Retail Excellence Ireland and Grant Thornton. For more we were joined by Richard Guiney CEO of Dublin Town.

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