Enterprise & Innovation

Government must act on low uptake in no-deal Brexit business supports

-Only 1% of businesses trading with UK have attended customs workshops-

-Just 11% of €600million Brexit loan funds sanctioned to date-

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Robert Troy TD, has said the latest Brexit business support figures released to him are very worrying and should be a cause of great concern for the Government. Deputy Troy said that despite Government Ministers continuously referencing the Brexit loan...
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Meeting with British MPs highlights importance of trade

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Business, Enterprise, and Innovation, Robert Troy TD, has met with British MPs Sir Henry Bellingham and Chris Grayling, to discuss trade links between Ireland and the UK in the context of Brexit.

Deputy Troy and Wexford TD, James Browne also discussed the ownership of Rosslare Europort, which has been a cause of concern for some time. Rosslare Europort was established under the Rosslare Fishguard Harbours Company in 1898 by UK statutory instrument and as such only the UK can amend that.

Deputy Troy explained, “We had very...

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