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Brexit: Collapse in British exports hands Republic of Ireland, a €2 billion loss

Irish government points to red tape at British ports as goods sales are cut almost in half – a €2 billion loss

A collapse in British exports to the Republic of Ireland since Brexit has handed Dublin an extraordinary trade surplus with London, new figures show.

The Irish government says new trading red tape explains a €2 billion plunge in the value of goods sales – 47.6 per cent in the first quarter of this year, compared with the start of 2020.

Brexit: Collapse in British exports hands Republic of Ireland a trade surplus | The Independent

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