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Footfall Fell in Ireland

FOOTFALL fell by 1.7% for 2010, compared to figures from 2009. Consumer visits to high streets and shopping centres in Ireland appeared to level off in June, with a decrease of only 0.04% recorded compared to 2009. From February to June there have been positive footfall increases compared to 2009.

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