There was celebration in Letterkenny on wednesday night after the town was named overall winner of the Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards 2018.
Businesses need to respond to Brexit and its challenges as it will bring “real changes for all of us, regardless of what form it takes”, Simon Coveney said.
The Bank of Ireland economic pulse fell 2.7 points in November to 89.9, its lowest reading so far this year and 0.6 points lower than the same time in 2017.
A majority of Irish business leaders intend to expand their businesses despite macroeconomic issues, which could trouble country’s competitiveness.
The draft agreement between the UK and the EU, that gives the UK control of its border, is not a “bad deal” for the English nation.
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The British Irish Chamber of Commerce has welcomed news of the progress made in Brexit negotiations between the EU and the UK.
Ireland’s economy will see the second largest growth in the European Union next year, according to the European Commission, who has forecast growth of 4.5%.
The European Union wants Britain to stick to the bloc’s rules on state aid, environment and workers’ rights after Brexit, told Reuters.