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Nissan to resume US production on Monday

Troubled automaker benefits from early end to lockdown in some states

Nissan Motor's automobile manufacturing plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, will reopen on June 8.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Nissan Motor will begin restarting operations at its U.S. plants on Monday, a move that comes three weeks after Japanese rivals Toyota Motor and Honda Motor resumed North American production.

A vehicle assembly plant in Canton, Mississippi, will resume production on Monday, per Nissan's reopening plan, with one in Smyrna, Tennessee, to follow on June 8. Limited production of Infiniti powertrains in Decherd, Tennessee, began on May 1.

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