Nissan sets out a series of initiatives to encourage more women to consider careers in engineering and technology fields as part of a new U.K. government-backed program. Working with educators, industry and government, Nissan says it will do more to promote science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects to young students in the U.K., with a view to attracting the next generation of talent into the auto industry, particularly women. The automaker says it will seek to actively ...

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