Enterprise Ireland visit to Scotland is latest in hundreds of links being forged by SG to counter effects of Tory hard Brexit

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From Insider, yesterday:

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Enterprise Ireland, the government export agency and the third largest seed investor in Europe, is undertaking trade mission to Scotland this week to highlight the business prospects for collaboration across the Irish Sea.  The mission – the largest in recent years – is being led by the Irish Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys TD and Deirdre McPartlin, Enterprise Ireland UK Manager. It comes amid concerns over Brexit, particularly the prospect of a ‘hard border’ between the UK and Ireland. With 56 Irish companies participating on the trade mission to Scotland, it aims to promote Scottish-Irish collaboration and raise awareness for the scope and scale of the opportunities in Scotland.’

Previous reports of links being forged:

Scottish Government pushes on past 200 initiatives to counter Tory Brexit damage

Scottish Government makes 200 European links in effort to counter damage from Tory hard Brexit. BBC Scotland says: ‘eh, what, when?’

Special Brexit deals for others but only betrayal for Scotland must surely boost the independence movement

Scottish Government launches 50 new starter farms as Brexit threatens major food price rises

Scottish Government pushes ahead to strengthen trade links as a bad Brexit looms.

SNP Government making new links to North and East in preparation for Brexit failures by UK Government

 

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