Irish imports from Great Britain in April decreased 20 per cent from a year ago. Imports have continually fallen since Brexit, according to a Bloomberg report.
Ireland’s statistics office today reported imports from Britain fell by €229m compared with April 2020. The greatest decreases were in the imports of “Food and live animals” and “Chemicals and related products”.
Goods imports from for the first quarter of 2021 decreased 39 per cent compared with that of 2020.
Compared with April 2020, Irish exports to Britain rose by 42 per cent in April this year.