TOKYO, May 24 (Reuters) - Worldwide output at Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. , Japan's second-largest auto maker, plunged by a fifth in April, the company said on Wednesday, a drop that reflects planned inventory cutbacks but also falls in sales. Global production fell 21 percent from a year earlier to 230,175 vehicles, with output in Japan dropping 30 percent and U.S. production declining 20 percent. British production slid 19 percent while output in Mexico was down 17 percent. The fall stands ...
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