Keeping up with business after Brexit

16th April, 2017
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Stephen Walsh and Elizabeth Murphy, market advisors at Geoscience Ireland

If Ireland is to have an influx of foreign business post-Brexit, it will need to undergo a substantial infrastructural development to accommodate and sustain the new business.

Tom Parlon, director general of the Construction Industry Federation, said that regional imbalance and a lack of infrastructural investment were the two threats to Ireland’s economy.

“The focus must now be on infrastructure,” he said. “It could be more damaging than the housing bubble. At the...

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