Wednesday April 8, 2020

Companies that prepare for worst can make most of Brexit

The threat of no-deal has led many businesses to identify and eliminate inefficiencies, allowing them to do more with less

11th December, 2019
Boris Johnson: voters look set to give the British prime minister an early Christmas present. Picture: AFP via Getty Images

As Britain goes to the polls, voters look set to grant Boris Johnson an early Christmas present: the Brexit he always wanted.

A majority for the Conservatives would lead to Britain leaving the European Union early next year, and the start of complicated and time-limited negotiations on a new trade agreement that will have significant implications for Irish companies trading with our nearest neighbour.

While assurances have been given on North-South trade, the future of...

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