Chamber hosts ‘UK- Ireland Ports and Transit Forum’ in Cardiff

On Friday 6 July, the British Irish Chamber of Commerce and Mid Wales Chamber of Commerce welcomed stakeholders from the UK and Irish Ports and transit sectors to Cardiff for the ‘UK-Ireland Ports and Transit Forum’. Held in the Offices of the Associated British Ports, discussions focused on the potential implications of new ‘customs procedures’ […]

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Contingency planning in the event of a Hard Brexit

In this week’s edition of our Member & Expert Opinion Series, Carol Lynch; Partner, Customs and Trade, BDO & Member of the Chamber’s Agri-Food Committee and Brexit Subcommittee discusses Hard Brexit contingency plans. As the Brexit negotiations stall there is increasing concern on whether a Hard Brexit will come into effect on 29 March 2019. The EU Commission have […]

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British Irish Chamber puts the ‘Future of Irish Interconnection’ under the spotlight at leading energy seminar

Celtic and Greenlink Interconnectors crucial projects in offsetting risks of Brexit on Ireland’s energy policy At an event focused on the future of Irish interconnection, the British Irish Chamber of Commerce and its generous sponsors Eversheds Sutherland have stressed the critical importance of the Celtic and Greenlink interconnectors in mitigating the risks of Brexit on Ireland’s […]

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