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Watchdog's Brexit warning for online shoppers

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission found that 72 per cent of Irish consumers had bought online from a company based in the UK in the last two years

3rd September, 2019
72 per cent have bought online from UK. Pic: iStock

Research carried out by the consumer protection watchdog has highlighted the potential impact of Brexit on Irish online shoppers.

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) found that 72 per cent of Irish consumers had bought something online from a company based in the UK in the last two years.

Clothing was the category with the highest share, followed by electronics and footwear.

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