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Irish Trade With Northern Ireland Jumps Again Amid Brexit Impact

Imports into Ireland from Northern Ireland surged 64% in the first eleven months of 2021, continuing the trend seen since the U.K. formally left the EU.

The jump in imports came alongside a 48% increase in exports to Northern Ireland, the Irish Central Statistics Office said in a statement. Imports from Great Britain, which does not include Northern Ireland, fell 21% in the same period, while exports jumped by a fifth.