Sunday February 23, 2020

The implications of Brexit for exporters

Low penetration of Chinese and Indian markets shows there is room for improvement, writes Leanna Byrne

2nd April, 2017

With the date set for Britain’s official Brussels break-up, Irish companies have a two-year deadline to figure out this new economic climate.

Despite the initial hopes that Britain might be able to keep its place in the single market, free trade area, and customs union, British prime minister Theresa May announced in January that Britain will leave the single market and build a “really good, ambitious trade deal” with the European Union....

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