Saturday June 6, 2020

Budget 2018: Trade is a taxing question in a post-Brexit world

We still know little about how much impact Brexit will have on trade and the economy in Ireland. We consider some of the likely implications

15th October, 2017

Benjamin Franklin once wrote that “in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes”, but the Brexit process has the ability to frustrate even this age-old adage.

Nearly 16 months on from the Brexit referendum, and 12 months on from Budget 2017, we are still no closer to understanding what our trading relationship with Britain will look like from March 2019 on.

Budget 2018 brought no surprises from a Brexit perspective. Continuing...

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