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Will The 'Latte Levy' Have The Desired Effect?

Angela Rutledge, Owner of Olives room in Clontarf and Monks Green in Phibsboro Business owner...

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11.32 4 Aug 2021


Will The 'Latte Levy' Have The Desired Effect?


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11.32 4 Aug 2021


Angela Rutledge, Owner of Olives room in Clontarf and Monks Green in Phibsboro Business owner and Richard Hanlon, Owner of Brew 42 Café on South William Street both joined Anton Savage to discuss if the ‘latte levy’ is another stealth tax or if it will actually change customer behavior as we seek to meet climate targets? 

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