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Rosslare port saw a 371 per cent yearly increase in European freight volumes since Brexit came into force.
Goods imports from Britain to the Republic have dropped by more than a fifth since Brexit, figures show.
The ending of high-grade seed imports from Britain as a result of Brexit provides a real opportunity for the revival of domestic seed production, Agriculture, Food and Marine Minister Charlie McConalogue told the Senate.
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.
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
Under new rules introduced on January 1, 2022, freight carriers now have to perform more extensive checks at the UK-EU border and this means that exporting goods to Europe can take longer at the checkpoints.
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.
Exports from Britain to Ireland in November last year also increased by more than 16% compared to November 2020.
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.
Nearly one in three fear their company will close before the end of this year, primarily as the long-term effects of Brexit start to bite, according to alarming data shared with City A.M. this morning.
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.
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.
We’re still only seeing the start of the changes Brexit will bring to the seafood industry (and, in truth, the entire food and beverage sector). In the coming years, there will be continual changes as we adjust our operating model and there’s no clear view on when it will settle down.
Customs duty collected on goods imported from abroad jumps as a result of Brexit.
Inflation is rising, worker shortages are grinding us down and consumers are hurting, but No.10 is introducing measures which will make the situation worse
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.
Many Scottish food and drink suppliers plan to decrease or stop exports to the EU amid the regulatory fallout from Brexit, an industry survey suggests.
Unite's national officer for steel said the government needed to explain why the EU had a deal but the UK did not.
British firms face the introduction of much-delayed post-Brexit border control checks from 1 January which will affect businesses importing $314 billion of goods a year from the European Union.
Small businesses can expect trade with the European Union to be “permanently damaged” from 1 January, a supply chain trade body has said.
An Opinium poll also found that 42% of people who voted Leave in 2016 had a negative view of how it had turned out.
New rules and standards on EU trade will make the first set of Brexit measures pale into insignificance.