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UK car body warns output will slump if Brexit leads to tariffs with EU

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By Costas Pitas

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It is the EU emission regulations that are effectively responsible for slump in demand for diesel vehicles, coupled with the continuous falling sales in China.

Climate change and a proposed carbon duty slowly but effectively is ending ending years of UK dependence on vehicle usage for transportation. And most importantly motor manufactures using UK road infrastructure as a form of mobile warehousing,

Quality pubic transport is the way forward.

Brexit uncertainty? Pull the other one.

Reducing CO2 emissions from passenger cars.

https://ec.europa.eu/clima/policies/transport/vehicles/cars_en

Emissions in the automotive sector......

https://ec.europa.eu/growth/sectors/automotive/environment-protection/emissions_en

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falling demand and model reallocation to more competitive and welcoming production locations

Falling demand is general, but the possible relocation for future production is very much a Brexit issue.

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