Jaguar Land Rover announces 4,500 job cuts

JLR cites slump in demand for diesel cars, sales slowdown in China and concerns over Brexit as reasons.

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    Amid uncertainties over Brexit, British car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover has announced its plan to cut 4,500 jobs.

    The company has cited a slump in demand for diesel cars, a sales slowdown in China and the developments related to Brexit as the reasons.

     

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports.


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