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Following the triggering of Article 50, the NFDA will engage constructively with the Government to ensure the retail motor sector is actively involved in the process going forward
Since the EU referendum in June, the National Franchised Dealers Association has been urging the Government on a number of points regarding areas such as trade, employments and general economic measures.
Particularly, the NFDA has called for:
For the UK automotive sector to continue to thrive, it is vital that points previously highlighted by the NFDA including open trade, low interest rates and further measures aimed at maintaining economic stability are put forward during the upcoming negotiations between the UK and the EU.
It is positive that the Prime Minister has confirmed the Government’s commitment to strike the freest possible trade agreement and provide as much clarity as possible to businesses during the negotiations.
The NFDA is now looking closely at the White Paper published after the triggering of the Article 50.