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Nissan plans to make 30,000 fewer cars in China as demand wanes: Report

After Ford Motor Co and Hyundai Motor Co, Nissan becomes the latest automaker to cut production in the country

Reuters  |  Tokyo 

Nissan Motor Co will produce 30,000 fewer vehicles in the coming months in China than what it had planned, a person briefed on the matter told Reuters, as global automakers grapple with falling demand in the world's biggest car market. After Ford Motor Co and Hyundai Motor Co, Nissan becomes the latest automaker to cut production in the country, where slowing economic growth and a crippling trade war with the United States have pummelled vehicle sales in the past few months. Nissan plans to cut production in China by a total of 30,000 units during the December-February period ...

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First Published: Fri, December 28 2018. 11:40 IST
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