Exports from Ireland to GB soar in post-Brexit trade imbalance | The Guardian

Republic and other EU exporters benefit from the UK’s phased 12-month transition for border checks

Exports from Ireland to Great Britain soared in the first six month since Brexit as imports sent in the opposite direction declined, according to official Irish government figures.

In a sign of post-Brexit imbalances in trade, the Irish Central Statistics Office (CSO) said goods exports to GB (excluding Northern Ireland) rose by 20% to €6.7bn (£5.7bn) in the first six months of 2021, an increase of more than €1.1bn compared with the same period in 2020.

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