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Supplier glitch could halt U.S. Nissan production

Nissan Motor Co. said Tuesday that a delay in the supply of electronic control units from Hitachi Ltd. that is disrupting production in Japan could also affect its U.S. and Mexico factories.

Japan’s No.3 automaker said Monday it would halt part of its domestic production for three days starting Wednesday after Hitachi said delivery of engine control units was running behind schedule. Production would return to normal next week, it said. Get the full story »

Ghosn: U.S. auto market will sell 12M cars in 2010

Dow Jones Newswires | The U.S. auto market will sell 12 million vehicles in 2010, a 15 percent increase over last year, as the economic recovery continues, said Nissan
Motor Co. Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn.

The U.S., which was passed by China last year to be the largest market,
will never again regain its crown, Ghosn said in an interview Monday.

European sales have been better than forecast so far this year, but may
be dragged lower if the debt crisis in Greece pulls down the regional