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
Companies that prepare for worst can make most of Brexit
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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