Japan transport ministry finds flawed procedures at five Nissan plants

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s transport ministry on Friday said inspections at five of six plants making Nissan Motor Co Ltd (7201.T) cars found stamps of certified technicians on documents signing off checks by non-certified technicians on vehicles for the …
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