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Nissan: UK factory still under threat from no-deal Brexit

1 month ago   |   By BBC

Britain's largest car plant is "unsustainable" without a trade deal, the Japanese company says.
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Nissan's Sunderland plant at risk if UK leaves EU without deal

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

No-deal Brexit tariffs would make manufacturing in Britain unviable, says carmaker Nissan has warned that its Sunderland manufacturing plant is still under threat if the UK leaves the EU without a trade deal. Last week Nissan said that the UK's largest car manufacturing plant would stay open as it announced plans to cut £2.3bn in costs worldwide. However, the carmaker has said it would need to “improve efficiency” at the factory in the north-east of England, which employs 6,700 staff.
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Brexit warning: Nissan UK plant ‘unsustainable' without EU trade deal

Brexit warning: Nissan UK plant ‘unsustainable' without EU trade deal

1 month ago   |   By Daily Express

NISSAN, the UK's largest car production factory, could be "unsustainable" if Brexit goes ahead without a trade deal, the company warned.
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