Nissan cuts Mexico production on low U.S. demand

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MEXICO CITY, March 27 (Reuters) - Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Co. is temporarily slowing production in Mexico because of weak demand in the United States, the company said on Thursday. Nissan's Aguascalientes factory, which makes the Sentra and Versa models for export to the United States, is currently stopped, and is scheduled to stay idle for a total of seven days this month, the company told Reuters. "Due to current demand in the U.S. market ... Nissan Mexico is adjusting ...

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