Ian Guider: There’ll be no winners as soon as Brexit bites
The 11th-hour signing of a deal will do little to buffer businesses and consumers here and in Britain, while Europe will lose a key ally as it struggles to recover from the pandemic
A year ago this week, Brexit became a legal reality as Britain formally left the European Union. This weekend, following the last-minute Christmas Eve agreement with the EU, it became a practical reality.
The queues at Dover may not have emerged. The prospect of swingeing tariffs on goods has gone away. Airlines continue to fly between Britain and the continent. But make no mistake: the cold hard reality of Brexit is about to hit Britain,...
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Analysis: Full extent of Brexit’s impact on business is becoming clear
The drop in activity recorded in new CSO figures, including a 65 per cent hit to imports, is substantial and sobering
Neale Richmond: Why preparing for April 1 is no joke for Irish exporters
From the start of next month, businesses that export any product of animal or plant origin to Britain must deal with an additional round of import controls due to Brexit
Neale Richmond: Consumers are starting to learn the price of Brexit
Customs charges are leading to nasty surprises for some online shoppers
Neale Richmond: Irish producers must strive to replace British suppliers in Europe
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