Nissan Suspends Japanese Car Production For Two Weeks
Unauthorized inspectors were used to certify cars made for the Japanese market
Japan’s second-largest automaker, Nissan Motors has suspended production in all 6 of its Japanese factories after it was discovered that uncertified technicians had conducted vehicle inspections without the required credentials to certify the cars. This comes only weeks after Nissan issued a recall for all vehicles sold in the market over the past three years.
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