Tom Tynan
The UK’s departure from the European Union will have a lasting impact on farm profitability in Northern Ireland and Ireland, a senior Brussels adviser has warned. Whatever the eventual agreement on the Irish border, Brexit has major implications for the substantial trade in agricultural products between Ireland and the UK, said Tom Tynan. See also: No winners from Brexit, warns EU farm commissioner Mr Tynan is an Irish national who worked in the agri-food industry for nearly 20 years before […]
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