|entertainment industry||Eğlence sektörü|
|film industry||Film endüstrisi|
|mining industry||Maden endüstrisi|
|music industry||Müzik endüstrisi|
|oil industry||Petrol endüstrisi|
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· Nissan warns Sunderland factory 'unsustainable' after Brexit without EU trade deal →
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