Nissan’s October passenger car sales in Japan likely halved amid scandal

TOKYO (Reuters) – Nissan Motor Co said Japan sales of new passenger vehicles probably fell by half in October from a year ago after the discovery of improper final inspection procedures at its domestic plants caused it to suspend some production.
( read original story …)


Related Post

Palais de Tokyo: Paris gallery opens its doors to ...
views 113
The Palais de Tokyo, a contemporary art museum in ...
Tokyo: Ex-yakuza among suspects in swindle of elde...
views 44
Tokyo Metropolitan Police have arrested two person...
Japan pledges response to 'serious' Russ...
views 181
Japan has pledged to respond to Russia's "signific...
Asian stocks rise ahead of central banks meeting
views 155
TOKYO - Asian stocks were mostly higher Friday as ...
Uber seals multi-billion dollar investment from Ja...
views 127
Ride-hailing giant Uber has sealed a massive multi...
Swiss say goodbye to banking secrecy
views 256
The first beneficiaries of the Swiss tilt towards ...
Is It Time to Try Investing in Japan Again?
views 127
"all the land in Japan, a country the size of Cali...
Nagoya looks to turn adversity to advantage after ...
views 211
Requests for interviews with Kawamura also grew in...
Sulabh International founder awarded Nikkei Asia P...
views 66
NEW DELHI: The founder of Sulabh International, Dr...
Japan Post chief plans to slow acquisitions after ...
views 294
TOKYO Japan Post Holdings (6178.T) plans to slow t...