UK PM May told Honda president she was disappointed by plant shut down

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British Prime Minister Theresa May talked to the president of Honda to express her disappointment following the automaker’s decision to close a plant in England, May’s spokesman stated on Tuesday.

“She said that she had spoken to the president of Honda to express her disappointment at the decision which is part of a worldwide restructure that Honda is undertaking as it shifts to electric vehicles,” the spokesman informed reporters.

Business minister Greg Clark said the United Kingdom should urgently end the uncertainty over its departure from the European Union so that businesses can have clarity about the future. Clark’s statement came after Honda stated it would close its car plant in Britain.

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