The euro has risen almost 2 per cent since the weekend to a five-year high of 88.4p on Wednesday

The Taoiseach has warned that exporters now face into a “very different” marketplace after the UK’s June Brexit vote. “This is an important time for (...)

Britain’s prime minister Theresa May’s comments have raised concerns of a possible hardline Brexit. Photograph: Oli Scarff/EFP/Getty Images

A number of proposals put forward by business groups in recent months to help Irish exporters facing difficulties due to Brexit have been rejected be(...)

A container ship being loaded at Dublin Docks: rising insurance costs, pay and the impact of depreciation in sterling are among the issues highlighted by the Irish Exporters’ Association. Photograph: Getty

Cost competitiveness is the top concern of Irish exporters ahead of Budget 2017. Rising insurance costs, pay and the impact of depreciation in sterl(...)

Former European Union commissioner for internal markets and services Michel Barnier: seen by many as “no friend” of the City of London. Photograph: François Lenoir/Reuters

The European Commission has risked antagonising the United Kingdom ahead of its forthcoming negotiations on exit from the European Union with the sur(...)

Enterprise Ireland UK and northern Europe director Marina Donohoe:  plans  to cut the proportion of its clients’ exports to Britain by about 7 per cent. Photograph:  Frank Miller

Enterprise Ireland will seek to reduce its clients reliance on the UK markets, cutting the proportion of their exports that go to Britain by about se(...)

Ireland exported nearly €14billion of goods in 2015 and over €20bn of trade in services in 2014 to the UK. Photograph: Getty Images

The prospect of Ireland’s single biggest trading partner moving outside the single EU market will obviously be a big concern for a small island geogra(...)

Simon McKeever, chief executive of the Irish Exporters Association: will speak about trade relations between the UK, Ireland and the EU. Photograph: Paul Sherwood.

Turnover generated by nearly 2,000 Irish companies using invoice finance reached €25.9 billion in 2015, up two per cent on the same figure for 2014, t(...)

Aerogen chief executive John Power

Aerogen, the Galway-based medical technology and drug delivery company headed by John Power, saw turnover rise by 15 per cent last year. Accounts fil(...)

Eccleston Square Hotel: rooms have iPad2s and SkyTV

Hotel supplies smartphones for visitors’ stay Behind the façade of a grade II-listed building four minutes from Victoria station in London, the Eccles(...)

If Beps had not happened, the international rules on global business taxation would have “collapsed”, the head of the Paris-based OECD’s centre for tax policy, Pascal Saint-Amans, told a conference organised by the Irish Exporters Association

The risk of protectionist tax measures being taken by national governments has abated as a result of the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (Beps(...)

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