After Brexit deal, Ireland and France cut out the middleman: Britain

Topics Brexit deal | Ireland | France

By Richard Lough and Padraic Halpin CHERBOURG, France/DUBLIN (Reuters) - From his office overlooking Cherbourg docks, general manager Yannick Millet points to trailers destined for Ireland that belong to Amazon and FedEx, new customers and a signal of a potential big shift in post-Brexit trade.

Confronted by red tape and delays after Britain's messy exit from the European Union, Irish traders are shipping goods directly to and from European ports, shunning the once-speedier route through Britain. "You see the shift in.....

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