. For now.
. For now.
Nissan's sunk costs in the NE and with the threat of 10% tariff lifted, makes sense for them to sit tight for the 'near-term' as the SMMT guy pointed out. In the meantime the swashbucklers will need to crack on with battery production....
Hidden away in that BBC article the comment from the Vauxhall chap was more telling.....
"If you change, brutally, the rules and if you restrict the rules for business then there is at one point in time a problem," he said.
Looking forward, he said it would make more sense to locate an electric vehicle factory closer to the larger EU market.
Still, good news nonetheless, enjoy it while you can, Tavares !
I'm not so sure Al. That was definitely my thinking around August time, but I now think we'll ride this one out OK (if restrictions get lifted fully at some point before July this year that is).We are living in a huge la la land bubble at the moment.
Once furlough and government help packages end and business failure and job losses mount up the housing market will level off or fall and the over valued stock market will have it’s customary “correction”
The sh*te storm has yet to hit us.