Brexit: UK ‘did not offer financial incentives’ to keep Nissan

London – A government minister has denied that Japanese car maker Nissan was offered financial incentives to commit to staying in the UK following the Brexit vote.

Nissan announced last week that the company had decided to produce new Qashqai and X-Trail SUV models at its Sunderland plant in north east England.

The decision would have come as a huge relief to the plant’s 7,000-plus workers, as well as to companies supplying parts and services to the car giant, many of whom operate in the UK plastics & rubber sector.


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