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Port of Tyne preparing for life after Brexit

Tyne is the second-largest car exporting port in the UK. The port has benefited from the proximity of Nissan’s plant. Although some commentators wonder whether Brexit will cast doubt on major exporting businesses remaining in the UK, port chair Lucy Armstrong said Tyne is actively seeking to reduce any potential disruptions

Port chair Lucy Armstrong says she has not had discussions with Nissan about a potential relocation away from the UK, despite its protestations about a no-deal Brexit

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