Monday August 3, 2020

Cameron fallout: 'Trade with Britain is worth a billion a week'

The possibility of a British exit from the EU would have numerous far-reaching implications for Ireland, writes Michelle Devane.

27th January, 2013
Eoin Tonge of Greencore, Peter O'Shea of the ESB, and Alan Sullivan of Meditec. Photo: Paul Sherwood

With Britain still Ireland's biggest trade partner, prime minister David Cameron's announcement last week that he would hold a referendum on the EU in 2017 if in power could have far-reaching implications - and has created uncertainty. *The Sunday Business Post"* spoke to three businessmen to get their views.


"From a small business point of view, we do need Britain at the core of Europe because we've far more in common with Britain than we have...

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