Monday November 30, 2020

Laying the groundwork on Irish infrastructure

The Infrastructure Summit took place at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin last week, bringing together speakers who discussed future infrastructure plans for Ireland, the implications for business and the importance of adequate infrastructure in negotiating Brexit

16th April, 2017
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Paschal Donohoe TD, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform

The topic of Brexit was present in almost every discussion at the Infrastructure Summit, with the possibility of a hard border between the South and the North posing a difficult issue to navigate from a business perspective.

A hard border would have dramatic consequences for trade, meaning that infrastructural improvements are absolutely necessary in the Republic.

There is interest in enticing companies from Britain to Ireland and if this is to happen, improvements will be...

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