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13 03 2019 03

BEIJING -- Nissan's premium brand, Infiniti, said it will exit western Europe early next year as it restructures its global operations and turns its attention to sales in China and the United States.

Infiniti said it will discontinue the Q30 and QX30 models and cease their production by the middle of 2019 at Nissan's plant in Sunderland, England. Both vehicles are sold globally but produced only in Sunderland.

The move will mean the end of 250 manufacturing jobs in Sunderland, although Nissan said it hopes to find alternative work for the employees affected.

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