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Channel Islands Co-op considers no divi payout amid tough trading conditions

Citing cost pressures following Brexit, Covid-19 and rising international conflict, the co-op added that all bonuses…

Irish agri food co-ops told to prepare for new Brexit import controls

The UK will introduce sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures on 31 October

UK-EU trade deal: What co-ops need to know

We look at some of the main implications for businesses, including co-ops

Fairtrade Foundation welcomes UK trade deal with Ghana

Without a trade agreement in place Ghanaian producers, including co-operatives, faced import duties

Co-ops respond to uncertainty over Brexit process

'We are concerned at this late stage in the process that there is still uncertainty as…

Co-op Party launches General Election policy platform

The platform includes policies for 'Building a Fairer Future' for the UK

Co-op Group half-yearly profit falls amid low funeral business performance

The division saw a 6% drop in revenue, thanks to a lower death rate and its…

Arla Foods reports positive half-yearly results but warns about hard Brexit impact

Arla argues that external factors that could negatively impact its full year expectations

Why growing income is a challenge for Irish credit unions – despite record assets

A Central Bank says a poor loan to asset ratio is hitting income for the sector

Channel Islands Co-op is storing essential supplies in the event of a no-deal Brexit

The society is looking to mitigate the risks of supply chain disruption by holding essential ambient…

Brexit rages on – but how did the UK co-op movement feel about joining in 1973?

The UK’s relationship with the Common Market was no less controversial when the country joined

Euro Coop to maintain a close relationship with UK retail co-ops after Brexit

'Of course, Brexit is not ideal, but having co-operatives around makes me worry less,' says Todor…