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Irish Minister Discusses Brexit, Trade, and St. Patrick’s Day

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Irish Minister Discusses Brexit, Trade, and St. Patrick’s Day

Irish Minister Discusses Brexit, Trade, and St. Patrick’s Day

The Irish minister of health, Simon Harris, praised relations between Ireland, the European Union, and the U.S., saying transatlantic trade was strong despite the turmoil surrounding Brexit.

“There is no better structure to get global trade flowing than the EU and the U.S. relationship,” Harris told Cheddar on Friday.

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