Sunday February 23, 2020

Anything to declare? You might do soon

BDO partner Carol Lynch is urging Irish businesses to prepare for new trading standards with Britain post-Brexit, writes Siobhán Maguire

17th February, 2019
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Irish businesses need to be proactive and get ready for simplified changes in customs procedures between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland after March 29. That is the key message from BDO, which is running weekly information sessions until the end of March so clients and businesses can familiarise themselves with the basics of changes in customs transactions post-Brexit.

Carol Lynch, partner with BDO Customs and International Trade Services, asks one important question of companies...

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