No deal Brexit: Trade fears Irish border and logistics delays

No deal Brexit: Trade fears Irish border and logistics delays

Delays with cross-border movement of stock and extra expenses have emerged as concerns for some Irish trade figures in the event of no deal Brexit, with the president of Publishing Ireland saying the EU split will slow down the industry. However others suggest Britain leaving the EU will have little impact on the industry. 

Ruth Gill, m.d. of publisher Gill Books, said Brexit will affect the Irish publishing industry “negatively, without a doubt” and added publishers are investigating ways to bypass the UK to avoid border delays. WH Smith Ireland buying manager Heidi Murphy stressed the tr...

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