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IrelandBrexit costing one in 10 exporter firms over €100,000 - even before UK leaves

16:35  04 september  2019
16:35  04 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Brexit costing one in 10 exporter firms over €100,000 - even before UK leaves
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Brexit has cost one in 10 exporter firms over €100,000 - even before the UK has left the EU.

And one in 20 have been hurt to the tune of a quarter of a million to date.

The British-made fiasco is hitting Irish traders hard already with Brexit cited as the number one business concern for companies.

New research from Enterprise Ireland also shows that the yo-yo fluctuations of sterling on the currency markets is the key concern for most companies.

The vast majority of exporters in Ireland have to do business with British companies, but many are looking to spread their wings as a result of Brexit.

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Brexit - British exit - refers to the UK leaving the EU. If the UK leaves as planned on 31 October, it would be the first member state to withdraw from the EU. EU citizens in the UK can apply for settled status, allowing them to remain in the country even if there is a no deal.

Brexit is the withdrawal of the United Kingdom ( UK ) from the European Union (EU). Following a referendum held on 23 June 2016 in which 51.9 percent of those voting supported leaving the EU

Four out of five say they are planning looking outside the UK over the next 12 months in pursuit of new business.

And on this front there is good news for Irish business.

Brexit costing one in 10 exporter firms over €100,000 - even before UK leaves © Getty The Irish border in Ballyconnell, Co Cavan Enterprise Ireland has announced today that they have 275 new markets for Irish firms looking to expand outside the traditional UK market.

Enterprise Ireland chief executive, Julie Sinnamon, said: “Our research shows that Irish exporters are already feeling the negative impacts of Brexit through their profit margins.

“We have consistently said that the wait and see approach is not an option and client companies are heeding this advice.

“In 2018, 945 new overseas customers were secured by clients with the support of Enterprise Ireland.

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Brexit vote leaves UK on brink of recession, economists say. However, at the moment there is substantial uncertainty over the type of trade agreement that could be achieved. That’s its biggest one -day fall in 10 months, since global markets were hit by fears ove the Chinese economy in August

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“This represented a 23% increase on the 770 new overseas customers recorded in 2017.

“Overall, Enterprise Ireland client companies have opened 275 new overseas presences in the first six months of 2019.

“This week’s International Markets Week programme gives exporters an opportunity to meet with our experts from the markets and evaluate the opportunities to accelerate their market diversification.”

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