Tuesday December 10, 2019

How Irish economy can live with Trump and Brexit

Any tendency to postpone difficult decisions on account of short-term politics has to be avoided

27th November, 2016

The impact of the Brexit vote and the extraordinary rise to power of Donald Trump will be unclear for some time and may well not be as apocalyptic as some have suggested. But what is already evident is that these events pose significant challenges for Ireland. All steps should be taken to prepare for and limit possible collateral damage.

The shocks caused by Brexit and Trump should lead to a substantive public debate about the...

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