Nissan faces $220m hit from Japanese recall

Nissan will recall 1.2 million vehicles in Japan after regulators said safety checks did not meet domestic requirements. Nissan shares fell by 5% on Monday after the firm said the recall could cost about 25bn yen (£167m; $220m). The vehicles were produced …
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