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Business leaders gather in The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to discuss impact of BREXIT on importers and exporters

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Leaders from the worlds of politics, business, law and trade gathered in the Department of Foreign Affairs today for a breakfast briefing on the implications of Brexit for importers and exporters. The briefing, arranged by the British Irish Chamber of Commerce and Eversheds, was addressed by Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charlie Flanagan TD, and involved a panel discussion exploring the tax changes around trade - including customs, duties and quotas. The briefing also deliberated on possible Brexit implications for skills resources, arising from restricted movement of people and the imposition of visas.

Pictured at the Department of Foreign Affairs today were:

  • Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Charlie Flanagan TD;
  • John McGrane, Director, British Irish Chamber of Commerce;
  • Sean Ryan, Partner and Chair Brexit Group, Eversheds;
  • Julie Sinnamon, CEO, Enterprise Ireland;
  • David Carson, Partner, Forensic/Corporate Finance, Deloitte;
  • Jeremy Browne, Special Representative for the City to the EU;
  • Donal O’Donoghue, Managing Director, Sanderson

Below are some pictures from the event


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