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The European Commission says it is in contact with UK authorities after Nissan confirmed the 'support and assurances of the UK government' made it possible to commit to the two new models at their Wearside plant.
Ministers have been under pressure to reveal the terms of its agreement with the Japanese car giant.
The Government has strongly denied suggestions it offered the firm a "sweetheart deal".
A spokesperson for the European Commission said:
We have seen press reports regarding this issue.. As a result, the Commission at services level is in contact with the UK authorities. Such exchanges of information are common.
In this specific case, the UK authorities have not notified any support to Nissan for assessment under EU state aid rules. We have not taken any formal views on the matter.
Sunderland Manager David Moyes and members of his squad visit car manufacturer Nissan's Wearside plantRead the full story ›
Ministers have been under pressure to reveal the terms of its agreement after it was announced two new models will be built in SunderlandRead the full story ›
The Business Secretary said he was able to assure they would be seeking a "constructive and civilised dialogue" with the EU over Brexit.Read the full story ›
Downing Street has insisted the car maker had not been offered any form of "compensation package".Read the full story ›
Sunderland Brexit voters tell ITV News Tyne Tees they feel “vindicated” that Nissan has decided to continue investment at the city’s plant.Read the full story ›
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