Brexit is ‘significant concern’, says Eason chairman
James Osborne has described Leave vote as “significant shock”
The chairman of book retailer Eason, James Osborne, has described Brexit as a “significant shock” in a report issued to its 230 shareholders.
“Weak sterling versus the euro is a significant concern for many Irish businesses including Eason,” he said.
“We hope markets will stabilise in the shorter term and we will follow the exit discussions closely.
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