It comes just days after Jaguar Land Rover cut 1,000 agency staff jobs
Nissan is cutting hundreds of jobs at its Sunderland plant, citing plummeting demand for diesel cars after an emissions scandal.
It comes just days after Jaguar Land Rover cut 1,000 agency staff jobs, blaming continued difficult trading conditions in the car market.
A spokesperson for Nissan said: “As previously communicated, we are transitioning to a new range of powertrains over the next year.
"As we make the operational changes required to support this, we will be managing a planned short-term reduction in powertrain supply and plant volumes at NMUK in line with our 2018 Business Plan. We are now discussing these operational changes with our employees.”
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