Nissan to cut 12,500 jobs worldwide as profits tumble

Nissan to cut 12,500 jobs worldwide as profits tumble

Nissan said on Thursday it would slash 12,500 jobs globally by 2022 and cut output to rein in costs as it suffers from sluggish sales and rising costs. The Japanese automaker posted a 98.5% plunge in first-quarter operating profit to 1.6 billion yen ($14.80 million).

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Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 1 year

If people don't buy your over priced over hyped cars because they have been fired and have no money ... Robots may make cars and robots may drive cars but robots don't buy cars.

Binx1
Binx1 1 year

who cares cut jobs to buy anything in fact I think we all should enter your bank accounts and burn it burn it's right there in front of the banks who wants money who really believes we need money ? slave larbor? not me anymore.

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