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Nissan Develops Techniques To Speed Up Production Of Carbon Fibre Parts

They involve accurately simulating the behaviour of resin injected into carbon fibre when shaping CFRP components, according to Nissan.

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Japan Automakers Post 12% Slide In July Global Vehicle Sales

Total global production at Japan's seven major automakers fell 14.4% year-on-year to 1.99 million units last month, improving from a 26.1% tumble in June.

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In India, A Diminished Nissan Bets Big On A Small SUV

Japan's No. 2 automaker has, however, no plans to withdraw from India, where it has invested over $800 million, and discussions about strategy are ongoing

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Nissan Sees $4.5 Billion Annual Operating Loss As Pandemic Hinders Turnaround Efforts

Nissan posted an operating loss of 153.9 billion yen, its second consecutive quarterly loss after falling 94.8 billion yen into the red in January-March.

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Nissan Plans 30% Cut In Output To December As Virus Hits Demand

Global automakers are struggling after factories were shuttered earlier this year to stem the spread of the coronavirus outbreak.

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Nissan Bets On New Ariya Electric SUV To Symbolise Its Revamp, But Sales Plans Modest

The Ariya will go head to head with the Model Y SUV crossover, which Tesla began delivering in March and starts at around $50,000, as well as Ford's Mustang Mach-E SUV which is due out later this year and is also expected to be priced around $50,000.

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Nissan Plans More Shift Cuts At Japan Car Plants Due To Low Demand

Nissan plans to cancel all night shifts at its plant in Oppama, Kanagawa prefecture, and at a production line in Kyushu, southern Japan, between June 29 and July 31

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Nissan Warns UK Plant 'Unsustainable' Without EU Trade Deal

Japanese company's global chief operating head, told the BBC its commitment to the car plant, the United Kingdom's largest, could not be maintained if there was no tariff-free access to the bloc.

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Nissan Settles Dispute With Tamil Nadu Over Unpaid Dues

The Japanese automaker is expected to receive between 14 billion rupees ($185 million) and 18 billion rupees ($238 million)

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Nissan Logs $6.2 Billion Annual Net Loss, Unveils 4-Year Transformation Plan

Nissan's sales dropped 10.6 per cent to 4.93 million units and market share maintained 5.8 per cent as per the previous forecast.

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Nissan To Set Out Survival Plan After Expected Annual Loss

The automaker sold 4.8 million vehicles in its latest financial year, the second decline in a row and a fall of 13% from last year, knocking it off its perch as Japan's second biggest automaker to trail Toyota and Honda.

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Nissan And Renault Shelve Merger Plans To Repair Their Alliance

Nissan has long resisted Renault's proposals for a full-blown merger as executives felt the French carmaker was not paying its fair share for the engineering work it did in Japan

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Nissan Considering 20,000 Job Cuts, Mainly In Europe, Developing Nations

The automaker in July last year it would cut 12,500 employees, nearly 10% of its of 140,000-strong workforce.

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Nissan Slashes Full-Year Results Forecast, Sees Operating Loss

The Japanese automaker said that it expected an annual operating loss of as much as 45 billion yen ($419.7 million) from a previous forecast announced

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Nissan To Close Global HQ, Other Japan Sites Through May 10 Due To Virus

Nissan's bigger rival Toyota Motor Corp has said it expects to cut its domestic production by around 40% as it significantly reduced output at its Japanese plants starting earlier month.

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