JAPAN: Nissan watching inventories to minimise war impact - report
Nissan said on Tuesday it would carefully monitor inventories to limit the impact from any downturn in demand due to the US-led war in Iraq, Reuters reported. Speaking at the opening of an engine museum and guest hall at its Yokohama plant, Nissan chief executive Carlos Ghosn said he wanted to see how the war will impact the total car market, especially North America, Reuters said.
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