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Brexit: Uncertainty get the automaker to scrap the investment in the Uk

Nissan confirmed on Sunday that they have chosen to drop the plans to build the new version of the model X-Trail on the vehicle manufacturer's factory in the U

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Brexit: Uncertainty get the automaker to scrap the investment in the Uk

Nissan confirmed on Sunday that they have chosen to drop the plans to build the new version of the model X-Trail on the vehicle manufacturer's factory in the Uk because of the uncertainty about Brexit. It writes a variety of media, including The Guardian.

The japanese automaker it announced in 2016, that it would move production of the new SUV to the plant in Sunderland in the north east of England.

the Decision was taken after the British government assured Nissan that the impending withdrawal from the UNION would not be of importance for the company.

Now change the carmaker as the plans, probably because it has not yet succeeded in the european parliament to reach an agreement - either internally or with the EU on an agreement on the terms of Britain's EU exit.

Nissan stresses that the decision has been taken for commercial reasons, but warns at the same time that the Brexit had a meaning.

'The ongoing uncertainty about the Uk's relationship to the EU does not help companies like ours to plan for the future,' said among other Nissan's european boss, Gianluca the Ficchy, writes The Guardian.

the Decision arouses the annoyance of the british trade and industry minister, Greg Clark, has stated that it is not surprising that businesses are cautious to invest in the Uk, so long as there is no a Brexit-agreement.

'People are willing to invest, but companies indicate that they do not know what terms and conditions which come to prevail in relation to our main trading partner. It is a source of uncertainty, they would like to have resolved, and I would also like, because it prevents investments that would otherwise have been made,' he says.

Nissan stresses that the plans for the production of other models at the factory in Sunderland, respectively, Juke and Qashqai, are unchanged.

the Decision to scrap investment plans in the Uk have raised concerns about the economic consequences of leaving the EU, which finally enters into force 29. march.

the Nissan plant in Sunderland has 6.700 employees who daily produce 2,000 of the cars. Thus, it is the Uk's largest car plant and one of the region's most important jobs.

the Plans for the production of the new car model was a new investment, so the decision to move production back to Japan is not expected to have any decisive significance for the number of employees at the factory.

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