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Parliamentary questions
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3 July 2018
E-003668-18
Question for written answer E-003668-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
Claude Rolin (PPE)

 Subject:  Brexit negotiations and repercussions for Honda workers
 Answer in writing 

As the Commission will certainly be aware, the Honda car manufacturer currently employs 8 000 people in the EU, of whom 65% work in the UK, as their vehicles are produced in Swindon.

Trade union representatives on Honda’s European Works Council are concerned about the repercussions that Brexit will have.

In its negotiations with the UK, is the Commission discussing ways to deal with the changes car manufacturers will inevitably face that do not result in workers losing their jobs?

Original language of question: FR 
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