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25 July 2019 By Pete Sweeney

The Japanese car giant’s 95% drop in quarterly earnings has prompted it to announce 12,500 job cuts and plans to reduce capacity. But boss Hiroto Saikawa has previously underestimated how bad things are. That weakens his hand in resisting closer ties with Nissan’s French partner.

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