Viewers Corner News correspondent learned that Nissan has changed its original plan of building new X-Trail car in its Sunderland plant (United Kingdom), the new plan is to build the car in Japan. The auto maker blamed continued Brexit uncertainty as a factor for making the U-turn. In Sunderland, Nissan has been manufacturing cars since 1986 and about 7,000 people were employed in the plant. Some auto-makers including Toyota, Jaguar, Vauxhall and Land Rover have expressed concern over a no-deal Brexit because it may cause disruption to their supply chain.
Source: Viewers Corner News.