Feb 27 (Reuters) - The annual Geneva Motor Show opens next week [ID:nLQ68559], with new product launches set to go ahead despite the industry crisis that has already brought production cuts, job losses and government bailouts and looks set to lead to a major structural overhaul. Below is a timeline of some of the events in the crisis. Jul. 22 2008 - Nissan Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn says he does not see U.S. auto sales recovering in 2009, after a sharp fall in 2008. [ID:nN22325643] ...
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