Toyota Demands Brexit Transparency From UK
Not everyone wants to drive off the cliff. The Japanese carmaker announced earlier this year that it would spend $307 million to upgrade a British manufacturing plant. But Toyota’s now asking the U.K. government to alleviate uncertainty surrounding its 2019 Brexit plans, saying more details are necessary to allow the company to plan for the future. Meanwhile, billionaire Michael Bloomberg, whose own company employs 4,000 people in Britain, blasted the U.K.’s decision to leave the EU as the “single stupidest thing any country has ever done,” except the election of Donald Trump.