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Brexit puts UK's Vauxhall in crosshairs after Peugeot-GM deal

PA’s Thomas Goettle, an automotive expert, is quoted in a Bloomberg article which looks at the possible impact of Brexit on some of the largest automotive companies.

The article looks at some of the uncertainty facing car makers such as Vauxhall and General Motors.

Managing through the Brexit automotive sector - report July 2016


UK car factories face uncertain future – post Brexit research on the carmakers most likely to leave the UK


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Thomas talks about Opel, a German automotive manufacturer. He says: “Opel has a problem with its plants not being fully utilised. They’re probably hammering out a deal that’s in favour of Germany and France.”

He goes on to talk about the affect this might have on the UK and potentially on Vauxhall’s plant in Ellesmere Port near Liverpool or its second plant in Luton.


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