MEXICO CITY, March 31 (Reuters) - The Mexican subsidiary of Japanese car manufacturer Nissan on Tuesday said it was in last-minute talks to prevent a strike at its plant in central Morelos state. A Nissan spokesman in Mexico Diego Arrazola said the firm was negotiating with 1,700 workers at the plant who threatened to walk out at midnight on April 1 after reports the firm planned to cut jobs following declining exports of its Sentra model to the U.S. Arrazola confirmed that Nissan was ...
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