TOKYO, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co has temporarily stopped production at a small factory in Egypt for one week starting on Sunday after the outbreak of protests in Cairo, a spokesman said. Japan's second-biggest automaker assembles the X-Trail, Sunny and Pickup models at the knock-down factory in Giza, near the capital. It produced 10,043 units in the business year that ended in March 2010, Nissan spokesman Toshitake Inoshita said. Nissan has four Japanese employees in Egypt, and ...
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