Saturday June 6, 2020

Stephen Kinsella: Fearing for our fiscal future after Brexit

Will 5,000 barrow boys from the City of London decamping to the IFSC really help the post-Brexit Irish economy?

3rd July, 2016
Will the IFSC become a hub for British based companies?

The shock of Brexit has not yet faded. It may take years to fully absorb the consequences of what has happened.

One thing is certain: Ireland’s fiscal future is more uncertain because of Brexit. Let’s look at some of the upsides and downsides.

At the National Economic Dialogue last week, ministers Paschal Donohoe and Michael Noonan stuck rigidly to the script that the Summer Statement, released only 48 hours before the...

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