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Nissan Embraces Post-Brexit Britain For Auto Production, May Double Output

Nissan Embraces Post-Brexit Britain For Auto Production, May Double Output. “In certain circumstances, our competitiveness is improved. For some of the cases it is par. It depends on which car, but competitiveness is definitely improved in electric vehicles” Nissan of Japan, in an apparent change of direction, said Britain’s Brexit deal will be an overall […]

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Auto Makers Euphoric After Brexit Deal, Potential Chaos Avoided

Auto Makers Euphoric After Brexit Deal, Potential Chaos Avoided. “Britain will have to reckon with a further creeping dismantling of its auto industry” Europe’s auto manufacturers were breathing sighs of relief as a Brexit free trade deal was agreed between the EU and Britain, and first reports of its details showed potential hurdles like rules […]

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Britain’s Auto Industry Demands Favorable Brexit Deal

Britain’s Auto Industry Demands Favorable Brexit Deal. “Critical questions remain unanswered. With the industry’s competitiveness built on Just-in-Time deliveries, companies cannot afford any supply chain delays so clarity is vital,” Britain’s auto industry painted a bleak picture of its future if the country fails to agree a free-trade deal with the European Union (EU), saying […]

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EU, British Auto Makers Say Free Trade Deal Failure Will Cost $130 billion

EU, British Auto Makers Say Free Trade Deal Failure Will Cost $130 billion. “ONS data shows WTO might not be a disaster for U.K. Auto” The European Union (EU) and Britain must urgently seal a free-trade trade deal because failure would cost Europe’s automotive industry about €110 billion ($130 billion) in lost trade over five […]

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Brexit Finally Happening, But Investment Awaits Clarity

Brexit Finally Happening, But Investment Awaits Clarity. “There are carmakers waiting for concrete details on future trade to make decisions over their U.K. operations” Automotive manufacturers operating in Britain were relieved that the Conservative Party’s victory at the election on December 12 indicated that the long controversy over Brexit might end soon, although they probably […]

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