Monday August 3, 2020

Bracing for Brexit

We don’t know how hard it’s going to be, but we can take an educated guess about where the blow will fall

16th October, 2016

Following the government’s first assessment in the summer economic statement of the short- term macroeconomic implications of Brexit, the Department of Finance issued a paper with the budget titled ‘Getting Ireland Brexit Ready’.

The paper provides a sectoral analysis of the impact of Brexit and an overview of the policy responses that have been included in the budget to help exposed sectors remain competitive and protect the public finances from Brexit-related...

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