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Oxford Economics were commissioned by Hospitality Ulster to quantify the economic contribution and role of the hospitality sector in Northern Ireland. This summary sets out the key findings at both the regional and local authority level.
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Hospitality Ulster has urged for a plan to be put in place to follow through on the Executive commitment to rubber stamp the return of live music, if the Executive fails to meet this week.
Hospitality Ulster is calling on the NI Executive to do all it can to lift the ban on live music when it meets tomorrow to review coronavirus restrictions.
Reacting to the announcement that the NI Executive have rubber stamped the reopening of indoor hospitality, Colin Neill, Chief Executive of Hospitality Ulster said:
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