Nissan announced production, sales and export figures for August 2020.
Nissan’s global production in August declined 25.1% from a year earlier.
Firstly: Production in Japan declined by 47.1%.
Secondly: Production outside Japan declined by 21.2%.
Global sales in August declined 23.3% from a year earlier.
Firstly: Sales including mini-vehicles in Japan declined 26.4%.
Secondly: Sales outside Japan declined by 23.0%.
Exports from Japan
Exports from Japan in August declined 55.9% from a year earlier.
Only foreign cars from Ford and GM (General Motors) were seen on Japan’s roads in the Meiji and Taisho eras. At that time, men like Yoshisuke Aikawa had zealously begun manufacturing vehicles. They are the ones who built the foundation of Japan’s automobile industry today.
Nissan continues its quest to optimize product development and deliver highly innovative technology. Today, in various countries and regions around the world, we enjoy a stellar reputation for creating truly innovative vehicles and service programs.
In order to create unique and innovative automotive products and services, and deliver superior measurable value to all stakeholders, we will pursue the Vision of “Enriching people’s lives,” as a company that is trusted by society; and we will address improvement of corporate governance as one of our most prioritized managerial tasks.
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