Brexit slows down next-generation MINI development


Great Britain set the first precedent in history for withdrawing from the European Union. Such a radical step by the kingdom could not but affect the domestic economy, especially the auto industry: British manufacturers had to make major changes to their plans for the future in order to minimize financial losses and try to avoid significant job cuts or factory closures. The lack of clear prospects for further trade relations between the UK and continental Europe, in particular, led to the fact that the development of a new generation of MINI was in question.

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