Sunday February 16, 2020

Be prepared for the possibility of Brexit

Irish exporters have already seen the value of sterling drop by 10 to 15 per cent this year, and that’s just the beginning

19th June, 2016
John McGrane, director general of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce

In four days’ time, the world could wake up to a radically changed reality; a different Europe, a different Britain, and a different Ireland caught between the two.

The trade, commercial and cultural links between this country and Britain are stronger than any other territory. Just last month, Irish firms exported €1 billion worth of goods across the Irish Sea. Thousands of Irish businesses, and tens of thousands of jobs here, depend on that...

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