Brexit: Nissan boss meets PM over Sunderland plant fears

Brexit: Nissan boss meets PM over Sunderland plant fears
 

Prime Minister Theresa May has met the boss of Japanese car giant Nissan amid fears over the future of its production plant in Sunderland.
The company has hinted it will halt any fresh investment unless it can get a compensation deal for any adverse impact after the UK exits the EU.
Chief executive Carlos Ghosn arrived at Downing Street in a black Qashqai, a model made in Sunderland.
The Wearside plant, which opened in 1986, employs almost 7,000 people.
The factory, opened by then prime minister Margaret Thatcher, produces about 500,000 Juke, Qashqai and Leaf vehicles a year - a third of... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Business, Views: 39
Source: BBC
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