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Let's do the numbers on St. Patrick's Day

by Danielle Chiriguayo Mar 15, 2019
It'll be a shamrockin' good time.
Spectators dressed as leprechauns attend St. Patrick's Day parade in Dublin on March 17, 2014.
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Does the Northern Ireland border stand in the way of Brexit?

by Stephen Beard Feb 8, 2019
Ireland and the EU say the border needs to remain open or paramilitary violence will resume. Brexiteers say that's nonsense.
Activists attend a demonstration by the anit-Brexit campaign group Border Communities Against Brexit in Newry, Northern Ireland, on Jan. 26.
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Brexit

What it's like to live near Brexit's greatest issue

by Marketplace Staff Oct 19, 2018
The Irish border has been a big problem for negotiators. For the people living there, that means a lot of uncertainty.
“It's very different to what's been portrayed in the media,” said James Johnston, director of the Ulster Farmers Mart in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland. "There's free movement across the border. And I think just the general consensus, whether somebody's voted to leave or voted to remain, they're all united to keep up that freedom of movement.”
Courtesy of the BBC
Brexit

What it's like to live near Brexit's greatest issue

by Marketplace Staff Oct 19, 2018
The Irish border has been a big problem for negotiators. For the people living there, that means a lot of uncertainty.
“It's very different to what's been portrayed in the media,” said James Johnston, director of the Ulster Farmers Mart in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland. "There's free movement across the border. And I think just the general consensus, whether somebody's voted to leave or voted to remain, they're all united to keep up that freedom of movement.”
Courtesy of the BBC

As Brexit looms, Dublin vies for financial crown

by Stephen Beard Jun 27, 2018
The Irish capital is hoping to draw in firms fleeing post-Brexit London.
The Irish tricolour flies over the General Post Office in Dublin.
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How Ireland rebounded after Europe's debt crisis

by Stephen Beard Jun 27, 2018
Austerity, grit and flexibility helped get the country's economy back on an even keel.
An illustration shows a two euro coin taken in Dublin in 2013.
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How to solve problems around Brexit and the Irish border

by Stephen Beard Jun 27, 2018
Could technology help prevent bottlenecks on the EU-U.K. border?
Traffic crosses the border into Northern Ireland from the Irish Republic next to a poster protesting a hard Brexit.
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Brexit creates problem on Northern Irish border

by Stephen Beard Jun 26, 2018
The border between the Republic of Ireland and the U.K. province of Northern Ireland is a big Brexit sticking point.
The Irish government wants its border with Northern Ireland to remain as open and accessible as it is today after Brexit.
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For Ireland, multinational companies are a blessing and a curse

by Stephen Beard Jun 20, 2018
The government welcomes foreign firms, but its tax regime draws criticism.
Google's European headquarters in Dublin in 2010.
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Let's do the numbers: St. Patrick's Day edition

by Danielle Chiriguayo Mar 15, 2018
From closed bars to Pedialyte, here are a few things you might not have known about the holiday.
A water taxi navigates the Chicago River shortly after it was dyed green in celebration of St. Patrick's Day on March 11, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois.
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