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Nissan have announced that they will cut 365 jobs at their Sunderland plant.
It comes as sales of two models, the Note and the Juke, have declined this year.
Nissan's Kevin Fitzpatrick told ITV News Tyne Tees that the company are still "very confident" about the future of the production line.
Nissan has announced it is cutting 365 jobs at its factory on Wearside.
The company says it is because sales of two cars, the Note and the Juke, have declined this year. It means 24-hour production of those models will cease.
Today's announcement brings to an end a period of continued recruitment. Nissan has taken on an extra two thousands workers in the last two years.