TOKYO, March 30 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor said on Wednesday that the output suspension since Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami would cut car production by 55,000 units as of the end of March. The company said the previous day that a return to full output would take "some time." (Reporting by Isabel Reynolds; Editing by Nathan Layne)
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