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The Implications of Brexit for Ireland and the EU

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About this Event

28 Mar 2017 @ 18:30

Podcast: Download the keynote audio podcast from this event here

 

About the speech:

Brexit confronts the EU with an entirely new context in which to operate. Although much remains unknown, it is clear that Ireland faces an agenda more complex than that faced by any other Member State. In his address to the YPN, Vincent Boland discussed the implications of Brexit for Ireland and the EU.

 

About the Speaker:

Vincent Boland has been a journalist with the Financial Times for 23 years. He has been a correspondent in central Europe, Turkey, and Italy, and covered the financial markets in London and New York. He wrote for the newspaper’s Lex column- the world’s most respected financial opinion column- for four years. He has worked as Ireland correspondent in Dublin since 2014.

 

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