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# Trade

This year
EU food and drink bound for Britain to face extra barriers from today
Finance Minister McGrath travels to California to talk trade and meet with tech companies
Last year
Taoiseach and three ministers are off to South Korea to promote Irish beef and trade
'Easier said than done': Micheál Martin on UK Labour leader's comments about reopening Brexit deal
Joint EU and UK enforcement of post-Brexit trade requires serious consideration, says DUP
Plans for streamlined post-Brexit trade checks with EU unveiled by UK ministers
UK Supreme Court challenge on lawfulness of Northern Ireland protocol is dismissed
Coveney to travel to US West Coast to speak to industry leaders
All time
Irish exports hit their highest-ever level in 2021 while trade with Northern Ireland surged
Loyalists opposed to the NI Protocol 'haven't got a clue' about how it works, says Ahern
UK and EU set to sign last minute truce to hold off ‘sausage war’ trade dispute
British exports to EU plunged by 41% in January, while non-EU exports increased by 1.7%
EU reaction to NI Protocol grace period extensions ‘hysterical’, says Arlene Foster
Brexit: EU says UK's unilateral move to extend NI Protocol grace period 'breaks international law'
Tonnes of new ferry routes have helped to Brexit-proof Irish trade - but choppy waters could yet be ahead
Jennifer Whitmore: We need a full debate and proper scrutiny of CETA trade deal
Jennifer Whitmore
Freight between Ireland and UK dropped by half in January
Incomplete haulier paperwork still causing headaches and delays at Irish ports, Cabinet told
How has trade between Ireland and Great Britain been affected in the first two weeks of Brexit?
Freight group warns of trade disruption as supply chains 'slow up' due to new rules
Why is Brexit impacting deliveries to Ireland, and what else is being held up?
'Extremely small' number of consignments refused at Dublin Port for having incorrect documents
The Northern Ireland Protocol kicks off from tonight - here's what you need to know
Poll: Will there be a Brexit trade deal before 31 December?
Post-Brexit trade talks resume as ‘significant differences’ remain
Neasa Hourigan says efforts to push CETA deal through are 'extraordinary' and 'cynical'
Three-month 'grace period' will mean Brexit agri-checks won't apply to foods sent to NI supermarkets
Boris Johnson remains ‘optimistic’ of post-Brexit trade deal with Brussels
UK and Canada agree post-Brexit trade can continue under same terms as EU deal
British government says EU leaders must 'change their position' for talks to continue
UK calls for ‘more realism’ from Brussels ahead of crunch round of negotiations
Coveney bringing 'significant' Brexit memo to Cabinet on trade preparations
Coalition leaders to resume talks on Phil Hogan's replacement
Von der Leyen says government must propose a woman and a man as candidates to replace Phil Hogan
From tigers in the tank to no 'Christmas-tree' EU report: A wild week in Brexit talks
McEntee says NI protocol is 'vague and lacking in detail on customs' as deadline looms
Phil Hogan insists no-deal Brexit threat won't 'cut the ice' in trade talks
EU to demand 'level playing field' and access to UK waters in Brexit trade talks
US charges Chinese company Huawei with plotting to steal trade secrets
Your crash course in... what to expect from Britain and the EU's trade talk tango