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Old 27.10.2016, 23:45
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Downing Street and Nissan have dismissed any suggestion of Government financial support to secure new investment in Sunderland.

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Confusing isn't it?

Meanwhile from Nissan's own press release "Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of Nissan; “The support and assurances of the U.K. government enabled us to decide that the next-generation Qashqai and X-Trail will be produced at Sunderland. I welcome British Prime Minister Theresa May’s commitment to the automotive industry in Britain
I think I get it. Nissan are staying the U.K., regardless of the upcoming change in relationship with the EU.
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