Japan's third-largest automaker says the job cuts will help cope with what's expected to be the company's first annual loss in nine years. Nissan expects a net loss of nearly $3 billion when its fiscal year ends in March. The company already has shortened the work week at its U.S. factories, slowing production to adjust to falling demand.
Nissan Expects Annual Loss, Slashes 20,000 Jobs
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