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Stoppage At Nissan Mexico
11 April 2003 , 09:45432
The Mexico unit of Nissan, Japanese car maker, announced a three-day work stoppage around April 25 in order to reduce inventories.
The company forecast to manufacture 355,000 vehicles this year at its two central Mexico plants. In March Nissan produced 24,056 vehicles compared to 24,931 in March 2002. March exports reached 9,022 vehicles, compared with 10,596 in the same month last year.
60% of Nissan Mexico?s produced vehicles are sold in the Mexican market and the rest one are distributed in the North America.
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