Category:Brexit

30th September 2020

Statement on Brexit negotiations

"Any agreement must work for automotive so we need both sides to strike a deal that safeguards the global competitiveness of the sector and...

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27th September 2020

Response to CBI Brexit survey

"A comprehensive FTA with the EU that’s tariff and quota free is essential if we are to have any chance of recovery."

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14th September 2020

Only weeks to save auto sector from €110bn ‘no deal’ disaster

EU and UK automotive leaders unite to call for urgent agreement of an ambitious FTA before the end of transition in just 15 weeks’...

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11th September 2020

Comment on UK-Japan future trading relationship

"This agreement should help foster a mutually beneficial automotive trade and investment relationship between the two countries."

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10th July 2020

Joint position paper on UK-Japan trade negotiations

SMMT and JAMA publish joint position paper on UK-Japan trade negotiations.

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27th February 2020

Response to the UK Government’s Approach to Negotiations

"With both mandates now on the table, negotiations for an ambitious, world-leading FTA must now begin in earnest."

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13th December 2019

Statement on new government

"We look forward to working with the new government at this critical time for the automotive industry and the country."

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26th November 2019

Only ambitious Brexit deal will safeguard jobs and Britain’s green future

Industry calls on next government to put sector at heart of economic and trade policies, and agree an ambitious Brexit deal.

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15th October 2019

New survey shows escalating fears of ‘no deal’ Brexit to UK automotive sector

UK Auto gives reality check on ‘no deal’ Brexit, as new survey shows one in three firms already shedding jobs.

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23rd September 2019

EU Automotive leaders unite to say “no” to ‘no deal’ Brexit

Europe’s leading automotive representatives warn of catastrophic consequences of a ‘no deal’ Brexit.

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