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Nissan’s Woes

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Tim

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After reading this..not sure there will ever be a R36?

 

 

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Nope, no chance. I don’t see them surviving, but you never know. Japan may step in and split up the current company and look to save Nissan itself.

That’s pretty much what Ghosen was saying they were looking to do, just without the country save
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They'll be fine. They're the second biggest manufacturer in Japan with plenty of runway. 4k jobs isn't much percentage wise I bet.





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