Japan ministry says unauthorized staff certified cars at five Nissan plants

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Transport Minister Keiichi Ishii said on Friday … The unauthorized technicians included contract workers, Ishii told a news conference. “It’s extremely regrettable, causing anxiety for users and shaking the foundation …
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