One of the largest automakers, Japan's Nissan Motor Co plans to cut more than 20 thousand employees around the world, mainly in Europe and countries with economies in transition, in the framework of the restructuring plan, said the Agency Kyodo, citing sources in the company.
According to the Agency, some changes may also apply to the Japanese market, however, the sources did not specify whether the points of sale of cars, or on production capacity.
The details about in which countries the planned cuts are also there. The main reason is the fall in sales of pandemic coronavirus infection.
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