A Worse-Case Scenario Brexit Deal Could Cost The Irish Economy 18 Billion Euro
That's according to an independent report commissioned by the government which was considered by the cabinet this morning.
The report says Brexit could have an impact on peoples wages and risks possible job losses in key sectors.
Business Minister Heather Humphreys says they're making efforts to mitigate the damage, but there are risks:
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