Strong ties between France and Ireland

Strong ties between France and Ireland

Nature hates emptiness. According to a report released last December, the share of British products in total Irish imports fell by two-thirds. At the same time, trade with Europe increased: figures from Dublin Port show that traffic to the EU will increase by 36% by 2021.

“Since Brexit, the Irish have regarded France as their closest neighbor in the European Union.”

Artus Galilee, Director, Nord France Investment for the United Kingdom and Ireland

In Francinefoil

Director of the UK and Ireland Agency for Attractions Investment in North France Adding: So they are doing everything they can to strengthen their political and economic ties with France.

Artus Galiay: "The Irish now consider France as their closest neighbor" (Photo Gallery)

The small port of Rosler, located at the southeastern tip of the island, thus became the nerve center for direct trade between the island and the mainland. Freight to Europe quadrupled there.

Before Brexit, there were 12 direct ferry lines between the two countries, and today we have about 45. Artus rejoices in Galia. The Irish now consider France to be their first partner in the European Union.

Other projects, such as this power line connecting France and Ireland to open the island, are on the pipeline.

Investment in North FranceHauts-de-France Financial Promotion Agency

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