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Comment: Britain remains key market but exporters need to diversify

Enterprise Ireland is providing support for anxious Irish businesses following Britain’s decision to leave the EU

3rd July, 2016
There will be a period of negotiations which will last at least two years before any trade agreements are put in place

Friday, June 24 is a date that will live long in the memory of Irish exporters, and I suspect that, although many companies had prepared for the possibility, the result of the vote caught many people by surprise.

The first thing to remember is that there will be a period of negotiations which will last at least two years before any trade agreements are put in place. Furthermore, the British prime minister has indicated that Article...

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