BREXIT - Dundalk Chamber of Commerce

BREXIT

Brexit is the impending withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. In a referendum on 23 June 2016, 51.9% of the participating UK electorate voted to leave the EU, out of a turnout of 72.2%. On 29 March 2017, the UK government invoked Article 50 of the Treaty on the European Union. In the European Union Act 2018 Parliament had defined “exit day” as 29 March 2019, a deadline which was later extended to 12 April 2019.


‘No-Deal’ Preparation for Irish Businesses

Chambers Ireland have complied a number of resources, including Government contingency plans and links to the European Commission’s preparedness notices ...
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Chambers Ireland calls for a delay to Brexit and a long extension of talks

Chambers Ireland have called for a delay to Brexit and a long extension of talks, following this Friday’s defeat of ...
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Eures Seminar on Employment Incentives and Supports for SME’s in the Cross Border Region

Dundalk Chamber of Commerce in association with the EURES Cross Border Partnership held a very successful Lunch time Seminar on ...
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More than 300 Businesses attend Major Cross Border Conference

More than 300 businesses attended a major cross border conference focused on Brexit – The Future for Border Businesses, in ...
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Removal of ‘no-deal’ welcome, now is the time for constructive solutions

Commenting yesterday evening (13 March 2019) on the UK Parliament’s vote on leaving the European Union without a Withdrawal Agreement ...
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Brexit and Certs of Origin

We recently received an update from colleagues in the UK regarding a meeting held with HMRC. We are informed that ...
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Brexit – The Future for Border Businesses

A major cross border conference, jointly hosted by Newry and Dundalk Chambers, will focus on Brexit – The Future of ...
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Brexit Preparedness

The European Commission has prepared a list of notices to help businesses prepare across various business areas. These are available ...
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Upcoming Brexit Seminars – Revenue Office

The Revenue office is holding another series of seminars to engage with businesses to help identify and understand the potential ...
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Impact of Brexit for Irish Rural Communities

Irish Rural Link, in partnership with the Department of Rural and Community Development, would like to receive the views of ...
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Customs Brexit Information Seminar this Monday

Revenue has developed a Customs Brexit Information Seminar that Revenue has developed to assist trade in preparing for the impact ...
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Getting Ireland Brexit Ready

Following extremely successful events in Cork, Galway, Monaghan, Dublin and Limerick over the past few weeks, the next Getting Ireland ...
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Brexit Withdrawal Agreement Text – Synopsis

Following yesterday’s approval of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement by the UK Cabinet as well as it’s subsequent publication,the European Commission’s ...
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Upcoming Brexit Advisory Clinics

Enterprise Ireland is running a number of Brexit Advisory Clinics across the country. The core objective of the Advisory Clinics ...
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No-deal Brexit will impact business across the EU

At a meeting today (Thursday 25 October 2018) with Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab, Chambers Ireland joined with our colleagues from ...
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Getting Ireland Brexit Ready

On Thursday, 20 September, the Government launched the Getting Ireland Brexit Ready public information campaign. The campaign is a further ...
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Businesses across GB, NI and Ireland need speed and precision injected into Brexit negotiations

With less than six months until Brexit, the leading UK, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland business groups are joining ...
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Salzburg Summit Brexit talks: Priority #1 = Ensure an Orderly Brexit

Chambers Ireland, in association with Eurochambres (the Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry) has published a new position ...
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Brexit – Support For Your Business

Join LEO Louth, the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland, Enterprise Ireland and InterTradeIreland on 6th September at an important Breakfast ...
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Business voice must be heard as Brexit deadlines come and go

Ahead of this week’s meeting of the EU Council and in light of the snail’s pace in negotiations between the ...
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Joint report raises questions on adequacy of proposed Brexit transition timeframes

Commenting on today’s (13 June 2018) joint report 'Findings and Insights of the firm-level impact of Brexit on Most Exposed ...
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Brexit Advisory Clinic

As part of their ‘Prepare for Brexit’ events series, Enterprise Ireland are running a number of Brexit Advisory Clinics across ...
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Department of Business, Enterprise & Innovation – Brexit Preparedness Notices

Efforts are currently underway to reach an agreement to ensure the withdrawal of the UK from the EU occurs with ...
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Prepare for Brexit Roadshow

Join Local Enterprise Office (Louth) for the final stop on our current Prepare for Brexit Roadshow in The Helix in ...
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Business Needs to See Progress and Certainty from EU-UK Brexit Negotiations

Following yesterday's (22 June 2017) EU Council Meeting, Chambers Ireland welcomes the progress made in the first round of Brexit ...
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Announcement of Brexit Supports for Small Business Welcome

Chambers Ireland today (30 May 2017) welcomed the announcement by Minister for State Pat Breen of a range of supports ...
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Record attendance at Chamber Budget Breakfast

Dundalk Chamber of Commerce held their annual Budget Breakfast in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk. Sponsored by Paypal, the event ...
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Budget 2017 Must Look Beyond the Short Term And Prepare the Irish Economy For The Future

Chambers Ireland, Ireland’s largest business network, today (28 July 2016) launched its Budget 2017 Submission outlining the need for Government ...
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An Increase to National Minimum Wage Would Threaten Competitiveness

Commenting today (19 July 2016) following the publication of the Low Pay Commission Report, Ian Talbot, Chief Executive, Chambers Ireland ...
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Guides and advice for Irish SMEs trading with the UK

Following the UK referendum on BREXIT, a number of very useful (updated) guides and advice for Irish SMEs trading with ...
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Border Chambers united on continued cross border cooperation

Following a meeting in Dublin with The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D., Newry Chamber, Dundalk ...
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Chambers of Commerce Increase Cooperation to Support the All-Island Business Community

Chambers Ireland and the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry today (4 July 2016) announced a strengthening of cooperation ...
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Sterling makes new post-referendum lows

The second full European trading session following Thursday’s Referendum vote saw a further intensification of financial market volatility yesterday. Sterling ...
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Investment Is Needed To Protect Our Economic Growth in the Aftermath of Brexit Referendum

Chambers Ireland is today (27 June 2016) participating as one of the key National stakeholders in the National Economic Dialogue ...
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BREXIT vote – what now?

Although the UK decision is to leave the EU, this decision will not take effect for some time. The UK ...
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Enterprise Ireland to implement plans to help Irish exporters following UK decision to leave the EU

Enterprise Ireland has said that the UK’s vote to leave the EU will present significant new challenges for Irish companies ...
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Chamber disappointment at vote to leave EU

While Dundalk Chamber are disappointed that Britain has decided to leave the EU, we would stress that in the short ...
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EU Must Work Together to Limit Uncertainty following UK Vote to Leave

Speaking this morning after yesterday’s vote on UK membership of the European Union, Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot said ...
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