British Irish Chamber of Commerce reaction to triggering of Article 50

“Early agreement on transition framework essential if we are to avoid deep and dangerous uncertainty” – John McGrane, Director General   The British Irish Chamber of Commerce has reacted to the letter sent by Prime Minister Theresa May to European Council President, Donald Tusk triggering Article 50. Speaking after contents of the letter were published, […]


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British Irish Chamber of Commerce, Chambers Ireland and Brexit Border Blog launch Frontline Project

FRONTLINE PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS BUSINESS CONCERNS ALONG THE BORDER COLLECTION OF FIRST HAND TESTIMONY COLLECTED FROM LOUTH TO DONEGAL BRINGS FOCUS ON CONCERNS OF BUSINESSES ON THE FRONTLINE AS A RESULT OF BREXIT  27th March, 2017 – Currency, competitiveness and customs are just some of the concerns of businesses along the frontline according to a new […]


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Chamber Patron, Niall FitzGerald KBE DSA – Keynote Speech to British Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Conference

England and Ireland: The Only Game in Town? Tackling New Relationships between Commerce Culture and Community Keynote speech by Niall FitzGerald KBE DSA to the Annual Conference of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce Dublin on Thursday 16 March 2017 Good afternoon and thank you for the invitation to speak with you today. Though my […]


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