It is widely known in Brussels that the Irish government has its sights set on the prominent and powerful trade portfolio in the next European Commission. Trade is much sought-after and is rightly considered a substantive portfolio, where the commissioner has significant influence within the College of Commissioners and plenty of clout on the world stage. For Ireland, a small, open, liberal economy, trade is our economic lifeblood.
The Taoiseach’s decision to nominate outgoing commissioner...
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