MEXICO CITY, Aug 19 (Reuters) - The Mexican affiliate of Japanese auto maker Nissan said on Tuesday it is reducing its production goal for 2003 to last year's output of 328,950 autos due to slower demand in the United States. The original production goal for this year was 355,000 vehicles. From January to July, Nissan produced 167,156 autos, 13.5 percent less than the same period last year, according to the Mexican Automotive Industry Association (AMIA). "I don't want to be ...
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