BEIJING Reuters - Executives at Asian automakers with factories in Britain, largely set up to export to the European Union, say they could slow investments in Britain or even put them on ice for now, after the country voted to leave the nation bloc. Automakers, including Toyota and Nissan , had been among the manufacturers that have warned that a period of uncertainty would follow a Brexit vote, as trade and labour deals with Europe are renegotiated. Most on Friday estimated it could take around two years. Toyota and Nissan had said in the run-up to the vote that continued membership of the European Union was preferable for their operations: a vote to leave would create new challenges for an industry that employs some , people in Britain. Even so, Sunderland in northern England, where Nissan has its operations, was among the constituencies that surprised pundits by the extent to which voters supported an exit. NS Jaguar Land Rover JLR is Britain's largest carmaker, followed by Nissan, which has been in Britain for three decades and makes , cars a year in the country, most of them for export inside the European Union and beyond.
By Norihiko Shirouzu , Hyunjoo Jin. As competition in the industry becomes ever more cut-throat, partly as gaps in quality and technology narrow, automakers need bolder, edgier designs to differentiate. From a global talent pool, South Koreans stand out. At GM, the Detroit automaker that bought failed Daewoo Motors in , close to three dozen Koreans are among several hundred professionals working at the main U.
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