Thursday August 6, 2020

Choose your trading partners well

Working across borders can be headache-inducing, but the right advice, and software, can set businesses straight

11th July, 2020

During the Brexit negotiations, one thing we all learnt was that Britain was not, despite British claims, Ireland’s largest trading partner. Indeed, Central Statistics Office (CSO) figures from 2018 said that the US is Ireland’s top export destination, followed by Britain and Belgium, the order of which depends on who is doing the counting.

This is not to say that east-west trade is of no importance to Ireland. Indeed, many exporters...

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