Nissan is reportedly planning to cut 780 temporary jobs across its plants in Kanda, Fukuoka Prefecture and Kaminokawa, Tochigi Prefecture, reports Japan Today. The OEM employs a total of 2,000 temporary workers in Japan. Agence France-Presse recently reported that around 1,000 temporary jobs were slated to go in Japan.
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