TOKYO -- Production suffered at automakers Nissan Motor and Subaru in November thanks to inspection scandals that forced a halt to domestic shipments and slowdowns needed to retrain workers.
Nissan's domestic production for November sank 42.9% on the year to 59,227 units, the company said Wednesday, following a 13.6% year-on-year drop in October. Nissan restarted production and shipments for domestic cars at all six of its Japanese plants as of Nov. 8 after taking measures to prevent recurrences, such as restricting access to final inspection areas to qualified employees. But the plants are producing cars at a slower pace until workers master the rules.
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