Ireland’s GDP growth would fall significantly in the event of a disorderly “no-deal Brexit”, the country’s central bank warns in its latest quarterly economic bulletin.
The Central Bank of Ireland has repeatedly cautioned that the country’s economy would be badly affected if the UK left the European Union without agreement on continued economic links.
The UK is currently due to leave the EU in just such a manner on April 12, unless member states’ governments agree to extend the UK’s current
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