Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. will hire 4,000 new workers worldwide over the next 12 months, says a Japanese news report. Nissan is embarking on its hiring spree to increase its technological capabilities and prepare for a jump in vehicle production in the U.S., says the report. The new hires would represent the first worker increase since Nissan’s revival plan was launched in 1999 by CEO Carlos Ghosn. The 3-year revival plan has met its profit and debt-reduction targets earlier than anticipated, ...
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