News GB: No decision yet on the future of the Vauxhall plant, according to Stellantis
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STELLANTIS-VAUXHALL-GB: GB: No decision yet on the future of the Vauxhall plant, according to Stellantis
LONDON (Reuters) - A decision on the future of UK Vauxhall car plant has yet to be made and parent company Stellantis is awaiting a commitment from the British government, a spokesperson for the manufacturer said on Thursday.
"Discussions are underway on different scenarios for Ellesmere Port with UK authorities, nationally and locally," said a spokesperson for Stellantis in Britain.
"We anticipate a possible binding engagement by the UK government in the near future, and we will act accordingly," he added.
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Stellantis continues to question the implications of Brexit and the transition to electric vehicles for its Ellesmere Port site, operated by Vauxhall.
In 2019, PSA, which at the time was the parent company of Vauxhall and had not yet merged with Fiat-Chrysler to become Stellantis, said it wanted to keep this plant which employs a thousand people, while specifying that the he development of relations between London and Brussels would have consequences for his decision.
Great Britain and the Union have since concluded a free trade agreement which provides, in particular, for components to be manufactured locally and London announced in January that the marketing of thermal vehicles would be banned by 2020.
This announcement led the boss of Stellantis, Carlos Tavares, to announce the end of investments in conventional cars in Great Britain and the opening of a reflection on the construction of electric vehicles.
(Costas Pitas; French version Nicolas Delame and Jean Terzian, edited by Jean-Stéphane Brosse)
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