Nissan says that the adjustments within the world and native business has pressured the corporate to make vital choices to make sure the sustainability of operations within the today’s difficult circumstances.
Japanese automaker Nissan will lay off about 200 employees at a plant in Mexico amid native and world challenges dealing with the automotive business, the carmaker mentioned on Thursday.
“Stemming from adjustments within the world and native business, we’ve needed to make vital choices to make sure the sustainability of our operations in today’s setting,” a Nissan spokesperson informed Reuters in a press release.
The job cuts will happen at a Nissan plant within the central state of Aguascalientes, the agency mentioned.
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