The japanese automaker Nissan considering to shut down the 20,000 jobs from the brand's global work force because of declining car sales.
It writes Reuters on the part of the background of an article from the media Kyodo.
The possible cuts come in light of the fact that the Nissan is getting ready to publish a new strategy in the middle of next week. Selsakbets earnings has decreased over the past three years, and coronakrisen has only made matters worse, why the carmaker has needed to cut down on expenses.
in July Last year, announced the carmaker plans to would guys 12.500 employees out of the 140,000, who is employed by Nissan worldwide. If Nissan will now raise the number to 20,000, will Nissan according to Reuters reach to have laid off as many as they did during the financial crisis in 2009.
Nissan has not wanted to comment on the matter, emphasizes Reuters.
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According to the media will the redundancies primarily hit employees in Europe as well as in 'developing countries,' report of the.
the Nissan management has been convinced that the company will be smaller, and that they should sell a million fewer cars per year, while they need to go after, to play a greater role in the UNITED states and China. Reuters also says that Nissan will cut down on the business in Europe and increase its focus on SUVS and commercial vehicles.
While sales of the Nissan worldwide, according to Reuters, has failed over the past year, there have, however, been bright spots for the japanese automotive firm. In 2019, Denmark, according to figures from The Danish car importers sold 8440 new Nissan-copies, which resulted in a market share of 3.7 percent, just 0.2 percent below example, BMW.
the Year before that in 2018 com 10.129 new nissans on Danish plates, and in 2017 it was 9914 new cars with the Nissan logo.
at the same time, the Danish car buyers have been quite wild with the SUV's Qashqai, which in 2017 was the third most sold car, second most sold car in 2018, and most sold new car in 2019.
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