Nissan may refuse to release Qashqai in the case of BrexitOctober 3, 2019
Nissan will consider the production of cars in the UK in case of inactivity Brexit.
Japanese automaker Nissan will study the movement of production outside the country if England leaves the European Union without a bargain, which could ultimately lead to the closure of the Sunderland plant, where Qashqai and Juke are currently being produced. And if both are assembled at a different production site, this means another serious blow to the country’s automotive industry after the company’s decision not to build X-Trail, Infiniti Q30 and QX30 in Sunderland.
Three years ago, the company made a deal with British Prime Minister Theresa May, who was then in force, to guarantee the continued operation of the Sunderland plant. According to reports of the time, the government promised Nissan additional support, saying that a possible Brexit would not hit their factory, which exports 55% of its products to Europe.
“Today, we are among those companies with large investments in the UK that are still waiting for clarity about what the future trade relationship between the UK and the EU will look like. We urge the negotiators from the UK and the EU to work together on an orderly balanced Brexit, which will continue to stimulate mutually beneficial trade, ”Nissan added.
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