Saturday November 23, 2019

Firms scramble for EORI trading numbers as Brexit deadline looms

The number of Irish firms registering for EORI numbers jumped by 600 per cent in August

By Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

@danieltmurray
15th September, 2019

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The number of Irish firms registering for EORI numbers jumped by 600 per cent in August, according to the Revenue Commissioners’ latest figures. An EORI number is necessary for any Irish business trading with a country outside the European Union.

The uptake is as a direct result of the impending Brexit deadline of October 31. All Irish firms trading with Britain will require an EORI number post-Brexit, when Britain will no longer be a European state.

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