Cork boosts customs facilities ahead of Brexit
A World Trade Organisation-terms Brexit could lead to increased processing times at Ireland’s second-largest port. New customs facilities are designed to help facilitate trade
Irish port is working with government and EU to ensure trade flows are not disrupted in the event of a WTO Brexit
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