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Hard Brexit 'could increase cost of making a car in UK by £2,400'

Published on Monday 20th of March 2017 06:34:46 PM in Guardian

The cost of assembling a car in Britain could increase by £2,370 in the event of a “hard Brexit”, forcing some manufacturers to look at moving production out of the country, a report has found.The increase in costs – equivalent to more than 10% per vehicle ...

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    63
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  • Total shares on Linkedin : 61
  • Total Plus Ones on Google : 2
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