Volume Of Sales In Bars In Ireland Increased Year-On-Year In July
The volume of sales in bars in Ireland increased year-on-year in July, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
As reportedly by The Irish Times, the latest figures from the CSO reveal sales in bars in Ireland increased by 15.8% year-on-year in July.
Sales volumes in bars in July reportedly also increased from June, with July sales in bars being 18.6% higher than the figure recorded for the previous month.
Pre-COVID-19 Pandemic Comparison
However, the figures also reportedly reveal that sales in bars were down 39.7% in July from the figure recorded for pre-COVID-19 pandemic July of 2019, although food, beverages and tobacco sales in July were up 16.7% from the figure recorded for July of 2019.
Prices And Spending
The above news follows last week's news that prices in licensed premises, restaurants and hotels in Ireland increased year-on-year in July as well as news that spending in Irish hospitality venues increased in July.
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