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German carmakers resigned to post-Brexit tariffs, say auto execs

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BMW employs 8,000 workers in Britain, including at its plants which export roughly £2.4 billion of vehicles and engines, most notably a large majority of the Mini (left) and Rolls-Royce cars assembled there.

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GERMANY'S auto industry is losing hope that trade tariffs with Britain can be avoided, several executives have told Reuters, despite warnings from British Prime Minister Theresa May that an overly tough stance on post-Brexit commerce would seriously harm the country's EU

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