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IRELAND’S DAIRY INDUSTRY GOES GLOBAL AND DIVERSIFIES, AS IT SEEKS INSULATION FROM BREXIT DISRUPTION

…America’s Mercosur bloc. This optimism is based on the fact that Africa is a major growth market for Irish dairy exporters. Irish dairy exports to Africa were worth EUR135 million…

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INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY ROUND UP – US-CHINA TRADE WAR HITS CONFECTIONERY EXPORTERS

…beet that offers better yields of sugar than existing varieties. The work was funded by the Science Foundation Ireland and the Irish Research Council. See https://bmcplantbiol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12870-018-1338-x *The Trinidad & Tobago…

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TEN YEARS ON, IRELAND’S ECONOMY HAS RECOVERED BUT FACES RISKS

…bonds and shares in Irish banks. They needed the money. Foreign borrowings of Irish banks rose from EUR15 billion to EUR110 billion in 2004-08, which institutions like the former Anglo…

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IRISH DAIRY SECTOR HAS BECOME A BIG OVERSEAS EXPORTER

…in the UK – a market for Irish dairy cheese (it buys 80,000 tons of Irish cheddar per year) post Brexit. Overall however, he sees 2% annual global growth into…

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IRELAND’S SERVICE STATION CHAINS ARE RADICALLY CHANGING THE RETAIL SCENE TO A US OUT-OF-TOWN ROAD STOPS

…the forecourt market, which is increasingly held by Irish firms Maxol and Applegreen, along with Canadian newcomer Couche-Tard – are now racing to reposition themselves given the Irish government plans…

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WHAT COULD A ‘NO-DEAL’ BREXIT MEAN FOR THE EUROPEAN AND UK FOOD INDUSTRY?

…is a scenario that could leave British manufacturers facing crippling tariffs, border delays and reams of red tape. Irish food exporters are increasingly nervous, and continental European food exporters also…

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ABANDONING EU RULES OF ORIGIN THREATENS ‘HARD BREXIT’ FOR FOOD AND DRINK INDUSTRY

…supply chains of many UK-made foods. The UK Food & Drink Federation (FDF) and National Association of British and Irish Flour Millers (nabim) (NOTE TO EDITOR – GROUP USES LOWER…

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IRISH ACCOUNTANTS LEAD CORPORATE PUSH FOR PRODUCTIVITY BOOSTS THROUGH OFFICE DESIGNS

…firm engaging designers for its Irish office space. Ernst & Young (EY) also engaged Reddy on recent new refits to its offices in Cork and Dublin. Its 12,980-square metres new…

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HARD IRISH BORDER THREATENS TO DISRUPT DAIRY SUPPLY CHAINS

…this could include Irish cream liqueur and Irish cheddar. Moreover Conor Mulvihill, DII’s director, said that Northern Ireland’s milk producers rely on processing capacity south of the border, sending just…

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IRISH EXPORTERS LOOK TO CIRCUMNAVIGATE BREXIT TRADE TAXES

…the European Union (EU), has prompted Irish exporters to seek more options for direct maritime trade. The UK currently provides a land-bridge for around 67% of Irish exports destined for…

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