Saturday October 31, 2020

Brexit: Tourism Ireland targets China and Revenue plans for e-border

The best of Brexit-related developments beyond the main headlines

31st May, 2017
A sweet sculpture wrapped in the European flag on display at the recent Cannes Film Festival Pic: Getty


Irish people going about their daily business in places like Dublin’s Temple Bar and other tourist haunts around the country should not be surprised to increasingly hear Spanish, Italian or even Chinese rather than the more familiar accents of London, Liverpool or Manchester.

Exporters are not the only ones with diversification on their mind as they gear up to cope with the challenge of Brexit and Tourism Ireland has been...

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