Japan firm drops Mexico plant plan over Trump warnings

The decision by Nikkei 225-listed Nisshinbo Holdings marked the first time a Japanese company has publicly abandoned a Mexico facility in response to Trump’s protectionist outbursts, the Nikkei business daily said Thursday. The announcement comes as …
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