TOKYO — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. plans to cut domestic output by 7% for fiscal 1999, a Japanese newspaper says. The automaker will produce 1.4 million vehicles, the lowest output since fiscal 1970 and 100,000 fewer than in the current fiscal term. Nissan expects to build 1.51 million to 1.52 million vehicles in the current fiscal year ending this month, about 9% less than year before. The company plans to shift production of the Almera (Pulsar in Japan) compact car for the European market to ...

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