DETROIT, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co plans to schedule less downtime at three of its Japanese assembly plants in March after earlier production cuts helped to reduce inventory, the Nikkei said on Wednesday. The Japanese automaker is expected to produce 60,000 to 70,000 vehicles next month, nearly 30,000 units more than in February, the newspaper said. "From April, we'll be able to return to output levels appropriate to sales volumes," a Nissan official said, according to Nikkei. ...
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