Business leaders say money would cushion exporters against disruption after UK leaves customs union

Irish business leaders have called for a €1bn state aid programme to guard against Brexit disruption, in the event that the UK quits the customs union.

The Irish Business and Employers Confederation wants the EU to cushion Irish exporters caught up in the chaos this would cause, giving them the space to “innovate, diversify into new markets, train staff and invest for the future”.

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