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Japan's ANA posts $1.5 billion first quarter loss as COVID-19 curbs travel

29 Jul 2020

TOKYO Japan's biggest air carrier, ANA Holdings Inc , on Wednesday reported an operating loss of 159 billion yen (1.1 billion pounds) for the quarter from April to June and gave no annual forecast, but said recovery to pre-COVID demand would be slow.

UPDATE 1-Japan's ANA posts $1.5 bln Q1 loss as COVID-19 curbs travel

29 Jul 2020

TOKYO, July 29 Japan's biggest air carrier, ANA Holdings Inc, on Wednesday reported an operating loss of 159 billion yen ($1.51 billion) for the quarter from April to June and gave no annual forecast, but said recovery to pre-COVID demand would be slow.

Exclusive: Nissan plans 30% cut in car output to December as virus hits demand - sources

16 Jul 2020

TOKYO Nissan Motor Co is planning a 30% year-on-year cut in global vehicle production through December as falling demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic complicates its turnaround efforts, two sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

EXCLUSIVE-Nissan plans 30% cut in output to Dec as virus hits demand -sources

16 Jul 2020

TOKYO, July 16 Nissan Motor Co is planning a 30% year-on-year cut in global vehicle production through December as falling demand due to the coronavirus complicates its efforts to recover profitability, two sources with knowledge of the matter have told Reuters.

Automakers see untapped market as Japanese 'paper drivers' ease onto the roads

19 Jun 2020

TOKYO Ryota Kawamata hadn't driven for more than a decade, but as Japan's COVID-19 crisis worsened in May, his employer near Tokyo rented him a car so he wouldn't have to use public transport.

Japan's Dentsu evacuates Tokyo HQ after bomb threat

05 Jun 2020

TOKYO Japan's largest advertising agency, Dentsu Group Inc, has evacuated its Tokyo headquarters after receiving a bomb threat, an internal company email reviewed by Reuters showed on Friday.

Japan's Abe wants to build ventilators that hospitals probably don't need

21 May 2020

* Hospitals may not need the ventilators that Abe wants to build

Exclusive: Nissan sees bigger role for U.S., China markets in global car sales - sources

15 May 2020

TOKYO Nissan Motor Co expects equal contributions to global car sales from China, the United States and elsewhere in coming years as the struggling Japanese carmaker strategises to recover profitability, two people with knowledge of the issue said.

Exclusive: Toyota to cut North American output by 29% through October - source

11 May 2020

TOKYO Toyota Motor Corp plans to slash production in North America by nearly a third through October due to the coronavirus crisis and expects it will take some time for output to return to normal, a person familiar with the matter said.

RPT-UPDATE 1-Nissan plans to slash Japan May car output by 78% vs last year, June - documents

28 Apr 2020

TOKYO, April 27 Japan's Nissan Motor Co Ltd plans to slash the number of cars it produces at home in May by 78% from last year, as the impact of the coronavirus shakes the troubled automaker which has already been struggling with falling sales.

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