Brexit: A Look into the Unknown

On Wednesday 11th October, Paul Lynam, Head of Sectoral Policy at the British Irish Chamber of Commerce gave a speech on ‘Brexit: A Look into the Unknown’ at the JLT Ireland Conference which was held in County Laois.    Paul spoke on the on the challenges for the Irish Agri-food sector as a consequence of […]

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British Irish Chamber of Commerce welcomes Budget 2018 but feels further work is needed if Ireland is to survive the uncertain period ahead

British Irish Chamber of Commerce welcomes Budget 2018 but feels further work is needed if Ireland is to survive the uncertain period ahead PRESIDENT EOIN O’NEILL: “We are facing one of the biggest economic challenges of this generation and while some prudence is necessary, we must also be brave and put forward big ideas to […]

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British Irish Chamber of Commerce urges Government to use every policy lever to support Culture, Arts, Sports and Tourism Sectors

Policy paper centres on enhancing competitiveness, supporting connectivity and driving opportunity 6th October 2017: In the last in its series of policy papers published today, the British Irish Chamber of Commerce has urged the Irish Government to use every policy lever available to support the culture, arts, sports and tourism (CAST) sectors through Brexit uncertainty […]

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Briefing by Ireland’s bid team for the European Medicines Agency (EMA)

On Monday October 4, the Lifesciences and Brexit Committees of the Chamber welcomed Malachy Corcoran and Ronan Toomey from the Department of Health for a comprehensive briefing on Ireland’s bid for the European Medicines Agency (EMA). The briefing was kindly hosted by the Chamber Vice-President, John Cronin in the offices of McCann FitzGerald, Sir John […]

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