Nissan's Pioneering Move to Manufacture Cars in US Remains Highwater Mark

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on August 4, 2012

NYT: In Wooing of Nissan, a Lesson for Tech Jobs? “But the migration of Japanese auto manufacturing to the United States over the last 30 years offers a case study in how the unlikeliest of transformations can unfold. Despite the decline of American car companies, the United States today remains one of the top auto manufacturers and employers in the world. Japanese and other foreign companies account for more than 40 percent of cars built in the United States, employing about 95,000 people directly and hundreds of thousands more among parts suppliers.”

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