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Brexit will slash Irish agri-food production, trade and employment

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The UK’s withdrawal from the EU will have a large negative impact on the Irish economy under all possible future scenarios, as drops in production and trade in key sectors such as agriculture are forecast to reduce the country’s GDP by 2.8% to 7% by 2030.


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