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Invest NI keeping its counsel over economic effect of the protocol

In the first of three articles, our Business Editor examines the impact of the controversial trade deal

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Ardagh Metal Packaging’s £200m canning plant is an example of how the protocol has opened up investments

Ardagh Metal Packaging’s £200m canning plant is an example of how the protocol has opened up investments

Mixed views: A sign outside the port of Larne shows the depth of feeling against the protocol. Credit: Jonathan Porter / Press Eye

Mixed views: A sign outside the port of Larne shows the depth of feeling against the protocol. Credit: Jonathan Porter / Press Eye

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Ardagh Metal Packaging’s £200m canning plant is an example of how the protocol has opened up investments

Invest NI, the agency that markets Northern Ireland to overseas business investors, has refused to say whether the Brexit protocol has been good for the economy in its first year.

The trading arrangement was agreed between the UK and EU as a means of avoiding a hard border in Ireland by keeping us in the EU single market for goods.


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