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Minimum Pricing in NI Evidence From Sheffield Alcohol Policy Model

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23/10/17

Understanding The Impact of a Tourism VAT Reduction For NI

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25/09/17

The Impact of reducing VAT on food sold by Hospitality Industry

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25/09/17

Oxford Economics Impact of Beer and Pubs in NI

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25/09/17

Oxford Economics Economic Impact Assessment of NI Hospitality Sector

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02/03/17

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