Doing the business across the border

A clear understanding of the necessary regulations will help companies to trade successfully across the border, writes Dermot Corrigan

14th March, 2009

Irish businesses engaging in cross-border trade lack sufficient awareness of the regulatory requirements involved, according to a report published last month by InterTradeIreland.

The report, entitled Regulatory Barriers to Cross-Border Trade and Business, found that businesses trading across the border are uncertain of the regulatory framework governing business and commercial activities in their target market, according to Eoin Magennis, policy research manager at InterTradeIreland.

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