Nissan cuts production at Mississippi plant in US over semiconductor shortage

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Nissan Motor has cut vehicle production at its Mississippi assembly plant in the United States as a result of the semiconductor supply shortage plaguing the automotive industry, Times News Express reported last month, citing a factory memo obtained by Automotive News.

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