Nissan Employs Unqualified Technicians

Car making giant Nissan halts production of vehicles for the Japanese market following the discovery of inspection not properly done by technicians in certain Nissan factories.

According to the company's statement, " Certain checks were carried out by technicians not properly registered to perform those duties under Nissan own processes."

"The stoppage won't affect cars produced in Japan and exported," says a Nissan spokesperson.

Nissan confirms the first alert of the problem comes through the Japanese government on Sept. 18. The company "took corrective measures," but a follow-up external investigation reveals safety checks in at least three plants are still performed by unqualified technicians.

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