Businesses urged to get ready for trading with Britain after Brexit
The Revenue Commissioners are ready to contact any businesses that have not already applied for an export/import number
The Revenue Commissioners have seen a major increase in applications for the customs numbers needed to continue trading with Britain after Brexit – but there are still firms that haven’t applied.
An economic operators registration and identification (EORI) number is required for any Irish company that imports or exports goods into or out of the EU.
Tánaiste Simon Coveney told The Sunday Business Post that any company that hasn’t applied for an EORI...
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