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Goods imports from Britain to the Republic have dropped by more than a fifth since Brexit, figures show.
New direct ferry routes led to a near fivefold increase in European freight volumes passing through Rosslare Europort as Irish traders chose to bypass Britain and post-Brexit border checks.
Brexit has severely disrupted trade between the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom (UK), with total UK imports from the EU falling by almost a quarter (24.8%) and exports to the EU falling by 13.1%, according to a report for the European Parliament’s Agriculture Committee.
TRADE has nosedived in Wales as a result of Brexit, a shipping operator has revealed.
Almost unnoticed as Partygate occupies minds and headlines, new Brexit rules are already doing serious damage to British business.
Johnson is at the mercy of his cabinet. The trouble is, as Leavers, none of them will face up to our post-EU crisis either
The British Chamber of Commerce has called on the government to make exporting easier for SMEs, such as reducing red tape.
Exports from the UK to the Republic of Ireland crashed by more than a fifth since Brexit, according to new figures coming from Dublin.
For companies depending on fast, small deliveries, the costs of new Brexit trade rules are mounting.
Exports from Britain to Ireland in November last year also increased by more than 16% compared to November 2020.
Exports to Britain rose by €2.27bn in the first 11 months last year while all-Ireland trade continued to expand, suggesting the economy north and south has benefited from Brexit and the Northern Ireland Protocol deal.
Imports into Ireland from Northern Ireland surged 64% in the first eleven months of 2021, continuing the trend seen since the U.K. formally left the EU.
Goods imports from Britain have fallen by more than a fifth since Brexit while cross-Border trade between the Republic and Northern Ireland continues to flourish.
Brexit could reduce the UK’s exports to the EU by -7.73 per cent by 2025, according to new analysis shared with City A.M. this morning.
Six years on, it seems Europe still hasn’t got the memo. For that matter, neither has Britain. The United Kingdom, rather than leaping boldly into a brave new future, is imploding. Europe, meanwhile, seems to have found a new sense of purpose.
Top concern is labour shortages as 28% of manufacturers say trade with EU has increased.
This page displays a table with United Kingdom Exports By Country in U.S. dollars, according to the United Nations COMTRADE database on international trade.
Shortages in the labour market, along with the vacancies in the health service, hospitality industry and agriculture, are the living evidence of this self-inflicted act
With Britain’s businesses having to declare imports of all EU goods as of 1 January, experts have told City A.M. UK firms lack the skills and expertise to handle the increase in declarations.
To mark the first anniversary of the trade deal between the UK and the EU, Downing Street issued a press release about how prime minister Boris Johnson plans to "maximise the benefits of Brexit".
British traders are falling foul of a new information technology system policing goods crossing the English Channel, as companies grapple with a fresh wave of post-Brexit red tape.
New data from a survey carried out by the British Chambers of Commerce has thrown sharp focus on the impact the UK-EU trade deal (TCA) is having on UK firms one year on from its implementation.
A recent survey carried out by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) shows a rise in the proportion of firms reporting difficulties with the various changes brought about to UK-European Union (EU) trade compared to when the same questions were last asked in January.
Many British businesses may “give up importing” as a result of new strict rules that came into force on Saturday, on 1 January, a former senior civil servant in charge of Brexit planning has warned.