Nissan leading the way to recovery in Japan

Japanese automakers’ global vehicle production was weaker overall in May due to the lingering impact from the March 11 earthquake, but Nissan showed resilience with an increase in output.

Toyota Motor Corp. reported Monday that Japan production in May fell 54.4 percent to 107,437 vehicles while its global production declined 49.3 percent to 287,811 vehicles.

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