Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. says 1,700 workers at its Cuernavaca, Mexico, plant have walked off the job as a result of a dispute over planned production cutbacks. Workers at the plant, which builds the Nissan Platina and Sentra passenger cars, voted to strike after the auto maker said it would reduce the number of hourly workers in Mexico due to a decline in Sentra shipments to the U.S. Nissan says it anticipated the slowdown in Sentra production, because the vehicle is reaching the end of its ...

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