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'The analysis found that Ireland's agriculture and food production sectors were most exposed to a hard Brexit.' (stock photo)

'The analysis found that Ireland's agriculture and food production sectors were most exposed to a hard Brexit.' (stock photo)

'The analysis found that Ireland's agriculture and food production sectors were most exposed to a hard Brexit.' (stock photo)

Ireland could lose over 35,500 jobs at companies directly or indirectly involved with exporting to the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to a German economic research group.

The research, which was shared with the Sunday Independent, was compiled by the Halle Institute for Economic Research. It is an update on an initial report from February 2019 and is still being peer-reviewed, with publication due in the coming weeks.


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