Act now to deal with Brexit customs changes, Taoiseach tells businesses

Martin stresses that new rules will come into force in January regardless of result of current negotiations

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent @aarrogan
22nd September, 2020
Act now to deal with Brexit customs changes, Taoiseach tells businesses
BDO’s Michael Costello (left) and Carol Lynch with Fexco’s Denis McCarthy (centre) at Dublin Port

Micheál Martin has urged businesses to move urgently to deal with the new customs arrangements after Brexit.

The Taoiseach was commenting as part of the launch of a new partnership between BDO, the advisory firm, and Fexco, the Kerry-based financial services giant, to assist companies in the import and export sector.

“In just over three months’ time, new checks and controls will be required on all trade with, and through, Great Britain. This...

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