The Guardian reports that the UK has plans to invest £246m in battery technology as part of its new industrial strategy. It is expected that most of the funding will go to the automotive and renewable energy sectors. It is likely to be of particular benefit to companies like Nissan that operate in both.
In our 2017 company report, we revealed that Nissan UK had received £800 million in corporate welfare from the UK government. The Nissan case shows a pattern of transnational corporations either getting the deal they […]
Protected: Did you know that the top 13 recipients of corporate welfare in manufacturing captured half of all funds?
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Our newsletter for April 2018 focused on the taxpayer-funded Persimmon executive payout, the massive $8.5bn incentives package the state of Maryland has offered Amazon for HQ2 in the US, job cuts in the UK auto […]