Brexit seen as ‘biggest disruptor’ of Irish shipping since 1970s
Irish shipping and ports have begun the process of completely remaking trade patterns ahead of Britain’s departure from the EU, and UK ports will be the loser, according to a Dublin lawmaker
‘There is huge government emphasis on stressing the availability of direct shipping to the Continent. We wouldn’t choose to do this, but Brexit changes things by making the land bridge more expensive and a lot slower’ — Fine Gael’s Neale Richmond
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