The UK Government's embrace of a "hard Brexit" approach to leaving the EU poses "serious threats to small business in Ireland," according to Patricia Callan, Director of Ireland's Small Firms Association. Read Full Story
A lower corporate tax rate and additional trade disputes in the US and the UK leaving the European Union will impact Irish economic growth in 2017, according to a report from financial services provider Merrion Capital. Read Full Story
Irish business association Ibec has warned that a UK departure from the European Single Market and customs union could seriously disrupt trade between Northern Ireland and the Republic.Read Full Story
Nearly three-quarters of Irish CEOs surveyed by professional services firm PwC said they are concerned that Brexit will impact the Irish economy negatively "when the dust settles." Read Full Story
The Irish tax agency has recently released guidance notes on changes to value-added tax law in the Finance Act 2016.Read Full Story
Snap, the US parent company of messaging app Snapchat, has chosen to establish its non-US base in London, in an endorsement of the UK's tax environment, despite the UK's decision to leave the European Union.Read Full Story
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