October 23, 2018 / 5:20 PM / 6 months ago

Jaguar Land Rover and unions adjourn pay talks until clearer on Brexit

A worker walks between rows of Jaguar and Land Rover cars as they wait to be shipped from Peel Ports container terminal in Liverpool, Britain December 9, 2016. REUTERS/Phil Noble

LONDON (Reuters) - Jaguar Land Rover (TAMO.NS) said it had agreed with unions to adjourn pay talks after a weak recent performance caused by a more difficult market in China, consumer confusion about diesel emission regulations and uncertainty around Brexit.

The company, which is owned by India’s Tata Motors (TAMO.NS), said in a joint statement with unions it would reconvene the talks when it had further clarity on market conditions and the outcome of Brexit.

“We jointly believe that, at this moment in time, this is the most sensible approach and will help to protect both the business and our workforce,” it said on Tuesday.

Reporting by Paul Sandle and Costas Pitas; editing by Stephen Addison

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