|Editors:||Editor-in-Chief: Lucía Morales, Technological University Dublin, Ireland|
|Assistant Editor: Miroslava Závadská, Moravian Business College, Olomouc, Czech Republic|
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The Impact of EU-UK Brexit Negotiations on the Irish Exporting Sector
Rawayda Abdou, Klavs Ciprikis, Lucia Morales, and Damien Cassells