Trading after Brexit: Ireland's plan

Ministers launch strategy to look beyond Britain for export growth

8th March, 2017
Plan calls for 26 per cent rise in exports by 2020. Pic: RollingNews.ie

The key target of the plan is to increase indigenous exports by more than 25 per cent to €26 billion by 2020.

Ireland Connected was launched by a number of senior ministers, including Taoiseach Enda Kenny, this morning.

He said the immediate priority was to intensify Ireland’s engagement with non-UK markets, particularly the euro zone.

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