A man prepares to drive a Totem-Mobi electric car-sharing vehicle parked at a charging station in Marseille, France March 6, 2018. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissie/File Photo
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Britain risks a shortage of electric cars after Brexit as carmakers will lose an incentive to sell low-emission vehicles there, a Brussels-based think-tank warned.Up to 6,700 British auto sector jobs -- one tenth of the current workforce -- could be lost if Britain leaves the EU without a full divorce deal, T&E said.A so-called "Hard Brexit" would see cars manufactured in Britain becoming 10 percent more expensive if they had to be traded under World Trade Organization tariffs, it said.
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