Category: Brexit

Brexit Implications for Irish ODS and F-Gas Companies

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Background: The European Union (Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas) Regulations 2016 (SI No. 658 of 2016) make provisions necessary for the purposes of full and effective implementation in Ireland of Regulation (EU) No. 517/2014 on fluorinated greenhouse gases and repealing Regulation (EC) No. 842/2006. Fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases) are a family of…

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F-Gases and ODS: No-Deal Brexit guide

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How companies can continue to buy and sell fluorinated greenhouse gases and ozone-depleting substances in the UK and EU if the UK leaves without a deal In the event of a No-Deal Brexit, the regulation of both fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases) and ozone-depleting substances (ODS) will transfer from the EU…

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REACH and No-Deal Brexit

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With the prospect of a no-deal Brexit growing larger by the day, it is important for businesses to know what they will need to do in this scenario. In the case of a no-deal Brexit, the EU REACH Regulation will be amended for the UK market only, retaining its key…

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How Will UK Regulate Hazardous Substances in the Case of a No-Deal Brexit?

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As the date set for the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union fast approaches, with just over four months to go, preparations for a scenario in which there will be no trade deal struck between the EU and the UK before that time are being expedited. Although the UK…

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Impact of Brexit on Higher Education Sector in the United Kingdom

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Over 120,000 European students contributing to more than 6% of all full-time students, presently study in UK universities. According to BBC, this creates over £3 billion revenue for the UK’s economy along with roughly 20,000 jobs. On a broader level, the higher education sector in Britain contributes 2.8% of the…

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A Review of Possible Impacts of Brexit on Irish Trade with the United Kingdom

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Given the geographical proximity to the UK, movement of goods has always been very significant between the two states. Roughly 91,000 Irish countries trade with the United Kingdom. Ireland exports €15.6 billion worth of goods to the UK annual and imports about €18 billion of goods. In terms of services,…

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