'Tata would suffer from no-deal Brexit'
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'Brexit tariffs on cars would hit the steel industry'

The first new coil steel has rolled out of Tata's Welsh steelworks, after a £50m investment to refit a blast furnace.

The firm's chief executive Hans Fischer said it marked the "biggest single investment" in its European steel operations, but added he was "really worried" about a possible hard Brexit, and was hoping there would be a last-minute deal.

First Minister Mark Drakeford visited Port Talbot to see the steel plant in action - and set out his concerns about the UK's exit from the EU.

  • 30 Jan 2019
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