Nissan forced to cut production by 30%

Nissan forced to cut production by 30%


The Japanese company is taking action because of the crisis against the background of the pandemic coronavirus.

Japanese automaker Nissan Motor plans to cut production, as demand for products declined sharply during the pandemic coronavirus.


The company has developed a plan under which from April to the end of December 2020 for all production sites worldwide will be released 2.6 million cars. Note that last year this indicator amounted to 3.7 million vehicles.

Moreover it is known that for the 2019 fiscal year, Nissan had produced 4.6 million vehicles, and in the case of reductions by the end of 2020, the automaker will release a little more than 3 million cars.

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