How Sunderland defied Nissan's boss



When Carlos Ghosn made his not-very-veiled threat about the future of the giant Nissan plant in Sunderland last week, he might have thought locals would have quailed and rallied to his cause.
He has longer to wait.
People in Sunderland don't always do as they are told; before the vote on Britain's membership of the European Union, the Nissan chief executive urged people to vote to remain, stressing the advantages to Nissan, the region's biggest employer, of staying in the single market.
They ignored him, with just under two-thirds of the Sunderland electorate voting to leave.
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6 October 2016 in Business, Views: 44
Source: BBC
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