Nissan’s Japan car sales slide for second month after compliance scandal

Japan’s second-biggest automaker has previously said it would take a month or so until production returns to regular levels. Its sales of passenger cars, excluding minivehicles, tumbled 46.8 percent in November from a year earlier to 16,888 vehicles …
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