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Confusion reigns as Britain digs in, but there are ways to manage Brexit chaos

Katie Daughen, head of Brexit policy with the British Irish Chamber, advises Irish firms on seeking out ways to diversify and carve out a trading foothold in the British marketplace

29th April, 2018
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It is arguably the least-predictable legal, economic, and political calculation a nation has ever taken during peacetime. As Britain shuffles towards the exit door of the European Union, all the while looking over its shoulder for someone to shout, “Wait, don’t go”, the potential for massive trade upheaval is worryingly obvious.

Ireland stands to lose the most. And if Britain leaves the Customs Union in its entirety then an unprecedented wave...

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