Hard Brexit would cost Irish economy €18bn, says study

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Report estimates no-deal exit for UK would result in Ireland’s GDP shrinking 7% by 2030

Britain’s departure from the EU will hit the Irish economy more than any other country in Europe, with a hard Brexit costing the country about €18bn (£16bn), a new study has found.

The Irish minister for business, Heather Humphreys, said it was clear that her country would be the most “Brexit-impacted” country in the EU.

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