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Nissan wants Britain to pledge compensation for any tax barriers resulting from its decision to leave the European Union or the automaker could scrap a potential new investment in the country’s biggest car plant, its CEO said Thursday.

Carlos Ghosn’s remarks indicate growing concern among global carmakers that Britain could be heading toward a hard exit from the EU, which would leave them paying tariffs to export U.K.-assembled cars to EU markets.

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