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Nissan

to gradually

withdraw from diesel vehicle market in EuropePARIS (Reuters) - Japanese carmaker Nissan will gradually

stop selling d

iese

l cars in Europe, in a further sign of weakening demand for those cars as customers worry about tax rises and looming bans and restrictions related to diesel in many countries. A Nissan spokeswoman said there would be a gradual withdrawal of diesel cars in Europ河北快3图表 走势图 e. A source had earlier told

Reuters last month that Nis

san would cut h

undreds of jobs at its Sunderland plant, Britain’s biggest automotive factory, due to falling demand for diesel models in Europe. The auto industry and its suppliers are facing a global r

egulatory crackdown on diesel emissi

ons and are adjustin

g their businesses, including investing heavily in electric vehicles. German carma

ker Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) is also still in the process of emerging from a 2015 emissions cheating scandal that resulted in about $30 billion in fines and other costs. “Along with other manufacturers and industry bodies we can see the progressive decline of diesel but we do not anticipate its sudden end in the short-term. At this point in time and for many customers, modern diesel engines will remain in demand and continue to b

e available within Nissan’s powertrain offering, said the Nissan spokeswoman. “In Europe, where our diesel sales are concentrated, our electrification push will allow us to discontinue diesel gradually from passenger cars at the time of each vehicle renewal, she added. Data earlier thi

s month showed a sharp drop in demand for diesel cars in Britain, which is Europe’s second-largest autos market. Nissan has a partnership with French c

ar group Renault.