CORRECTED - CORRECTED-UPDATE 3-Nissan to cut 1,500 jobs in Japan as market s

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(Corrects ratio of work force reduction in paragraph 13 to represent percentage of workers eligible for buyout plan instead of overall work force.) (Recasts with closing share price, details) By Chang-Ran Kim, Asia auto correspondent TOKYO, April 24 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. said on Tuesday it would cut up to 1,500 jobs in Japan for the first head-count reduction at home in eight years as it aims to match lower production in a shrinking domestic market. Applications for the early ...

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