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British Irish Chamber Of Commerce Reaction to UK Paper On Northern Ireland

Director General John McGrane: “There is much to be worked out but it is good to see specific, constructive proposals being put on the table”. 16 August 2017 – The British Irish Chamber of Commerce has reacted to the UK Government’s position paper on Northern Ireland post-Brexit. Speaking after the plans were published this morning, […]

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British Irish Chamber of Commerce Reaction to UK Paper on the Future Customs Relationship with the EU

Director General John McGrane: “This is constructive but we are cautious about the feasibility of some of the proposals put forward”. 15 August 2017 – The British Irish Chamber of Commerce has reacted to the UK Government’s proposed future customs plan with the EU. Speaking after the plans were published this morning, Director General of […]

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British Irish Chamber of Commerce warns future UK-Irish trade faces challenges and uncertainty

Head of Brexit research outlines trading implications of Brexit at Irish Centre for European Law event 28 June 2017 – The Head of Brexit Research and Support Services at the British Irish Chamber of Commerce has warned the future of UK-Ireland trade is “wrought with challenges and uncertainty” as the exact impact of Brexit is […]

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Chamber welcomes publication of Irish Government Negotiation Paper

“The British Irish Chamber of Commerce welcomes the publication of the Irish Government’s document Ireland and the negotiations on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union. As we approach negotiations, it is important for businesses to know and be aware of the priorities for Government in […]

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