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Tycoon faces Irish backlash over potato famine remarks

EXCLUSIVE
By Gary McDonald Business Editor
26/11/08
COMMENTS: Gerry Harvey
COMMENTS: Gerry Harvey

THE maverick owner of Australian homewares retailer Harvey Norman has risked a backlash from Irish customers after disparaging remarks about the potato famine.



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