Nissan: Comments from British Prime Minister Theresa May and Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn following their assembly during No 10 Downing Street today

Posted on 14. Oct, 2016 by in Nissan Canada

The following are comments from British Prime Minister Theresa May and Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn following their assembly during No 10 Downing Street today.

Prime Minister Theresa May said:

“Our automotive attention is a good British success story and Nissan has been during a heart of it. Over a past 30 years they have had an glorious attribute with a UK Government, a lane record of investment and innovation, and their Sunderland plant is one of a many prolific anywhere in a universe – a covenant both to their association and a ability of a workforce.

“We are now during a start of a formidable negotiating routine as Britain exits a EU and we have been transparent that there will be hurdles ahead. But we am assured we will grasp a best understanding for Britain and a Government will rivet closely with employers and investors as partial of a work to emanate a tellurian Britain.

“This supervision is committed to formulating and ancillary a right conditions for a automotive attention to go from strength to strength in a UK, now and into a future.

“That’s because we was gratified to have met with Mr. Ghosn currently to plead a common faith that Britain stays an outward-looking, world-leading republic in that to do business. We will continue to work with Nissan as we rise a sourroundings for competitiveness of a automotive attention here in a UK to safeguard a success.”

Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn said:

“Since Mrs. May’s appointment, we have confirmed a transparent discourse with a UK Government during this severe time.  It was my pleasure to be here currently for a certain assembly with a Prime Minister and pivotal members of her Government and we acquire their joining to a growth of an industrial plan for Britain.

“The Nissan bureau non-stop in Sunderland 30 years ago and a British supervision have been clever supporters of a business ever since. Not only in a North of England, though also during a Design Centre in London, a Research and Development Centre in Cranfield and a Sales and Marketing HQ in Rickmansworth.

“We have done poignant investments during a bureau in Sunderland over a years and currently it ranks as one of a world’s many successful production plants.  Our 7,000 employees in Sunderland build 2,000 cars a day – 80 per cent of that are exported to some-more than 130 countries around a world.  We wish to safeguard that this high-performing, high-employment bureau stays rival globally and continues to broach for a business and for Britain.

“Following a prolific meeting, we am assured a supervision will continue to safeguard a UK stays a rival place to do business.  we demeanour brazen to continued certain partnership between Nissan and a UK Government.”

 

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