Japan transport ministry says raided two Nissan plants over improper checks

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s Transport Ministry said on Wednesday it had conducted raids at two plants producing Nissan Motor Co cars, in addition to four checks performed last week as part of a probe into unauthorised vehicle inspections.
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