Nissan to cut car production due to lack of chips
Japanese carmaker to cut output of Note model by 5,000 units in January
Nissan will cut production of its flagship Note compact car by 5,000 units in January.
TOKYO -- Nissan Motor is to reduce production of automobiles due to a lack of semiconductors, Nikkei has learned.
The Japanese automaker will cut production of its flagship Note compact car by 5,000 units in January. The production reduction may continue in February.
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