Brexit, Nissan, Tennessee discussed on 24 Hour News

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Brexit has business owners in the UK on edge. But as they peas Karen, China's reports for some the Brexit indecision is keeping them. Busy stories company. Loft space says it's revenue from corporate businesses has doubled over the pasta as the uncertainty every breaks it deepens the possibility of a no deal. Brexit has left businesses stockpiling partisan fair that they will lose access to their suppliers if an ideal Brexit with the take place without an agreement on. Relations, forty years of free trade between Britain and the e you would be replaced by Taras Buddha. Inspections and other non-tariff barriers with potentially devastating impacts on the partic- Konami. Karen Shammas London. Automaker. Nissan's announced hundreds of more layoffs in North America. Seven hundred contract workers will be cut in canton, Mississippi assembly plant, citing slow sales for frontier pickup, trucks and vans. The factory currently staffed sixty four hundred employees and contractors the move vows. These sounds December announcement that it's cutting a thousand jobs to Mexican factories speculation back in may was there would be a cut in production of about twenty percent because of low profits. The move also comes after the arrest in Japan of former chairman Carlos gone who led a production expansion in Nissan's largest market. However, the company says the cuts are unrelated to go troubles. Some jobs will also be cut by attrition at Leeson's engine factory and assured Tennessee, but the company says it's Smyrna. Tennessee factory will be unaffected. Immigration hearings have been canceled across the country because of the partial government shutdown AP's. Jackie Quinn reports. One immigration lawyer notes. It's ironic that the process install attorney Hans Meyer in Denver says the partial government shutdown has led to the cancellation of thousands of non detention immigration hearings. People who are trying to take the legal steps they need to become citizens following the law trying to get their day in court, so they can get into to either grant than their status or maintain their status and it can't get their day in court, which is immensely frustrating. Because in some cases, eligibility might be an issue if we wait to researchers at Syracuse university are estimating nearly seventy thousand immigration cases, have to be postponed. I'm Jacky Quin. The standoff goes on I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute, Idaho. Republican congressman culture says President Trump was right to deny a military plane for house speaker Nancy Pelosi foreign overseas trip, I would agree with.

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