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Navigating Global Trade - 27 January 2016

The Irish Farmers Journal in association with AIB and First Trust are organising two conferences on “Navigating Global Trade”. The first conference takes place in the Ramada Hotel, Shaws Bridge, Belfast on Thursday 26 January from 8.30am to 1pm with the second conference taking place in the RDS, Dublin 4 on Friday 27 January. For Dublin bookings, go to www.farmersjournal.ie/booking or email conference@farmersjournal.ie. Tickets €150 For Belfast bookings, call 00353-1-4199578. Tickets £120.
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Graham Redman, an economist with Andersons farm business consultants, gave the view from the UK at last Friday's Navigating Global Trade conference.
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Bord Bia's new chief executive outlined how challenging it will be to achieve the ambitious industry target to grow exports more than 70% to €19bn by 2025.
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Industry leaders gathered to outline and discuss the challenges posed by Brexit and the impact on farmers. Eoin Lowry and Lorcan Allen report.
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New Zealand High Commissioner to Britain and Ireland Sir Lockwood Smith challenged conventional thinking at the Irish Farmers Journal Global Trade Conference. Eoin Lowry reports.
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French beef farmers have expressed concerned about Irish beef imports as a consequence of Brexit.
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Brexit, CAP and trade talks will shape Irish agriculture in 2017 and the Irish Farmers Journal conferences will address all of these and more.
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