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March 30, 2020

Nissan to temporarily cut production in Japan due to spread of COVID-19

Nissan said it would temporarily "adjust" (read: cut) production at three of its factories in Japan, "due to decreased demand in the automobile market".

By Olly Wehring

Nissan said it would temporarily "adjust" (read: cut) production at three of its factories in Japan, "due to decreased demand in the automobile market".

"This measure adds to efforts to contain the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus and prioritises the well-being of employees, their families, suppliers and society in general," the automaker said in a statement.

At the Oppama plant vehicle production will be suspended on 3, 13 and 24 April plus 1 May.

At Tochigi vehicle production will be suspended from 6-22 April and on 1 May.

At Kyushu night shift vehicle production will be suspended from 2-30 April and all production suspended on 1 May.

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