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Nissan To Delay Restart Of China Plants

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Nissan To Delay Restart Of China Plants

Nissan To Delay Restart Of China Plants

Nissan Motor Co.

Will delay the restart of two of its plants in China.

Both plants are near the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak.

According to Nissan, the closures are in compliance with local government directives.

Many plants in China remain shuttered due to the spreading virus.

Nissan has reduced output at some of its plants in Japan due to issues with procuring components.

Nissan said that there has been no impact on its other global plants.

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