Nissan plans to cut production in Japan by 15% starting in July 2012, according to local media reports. The move has been attributed to a stronger yen compounded by a slowdown in domestic demand.
Reports carried by the Nikkei and local news agencies Jiji Press and Kyodo News say that the OEM …
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