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Nissan Motor Co. is looking to cut over 20,000 jobs or about 15 percent of its global workforce as part of its restructuring plan due to slumping sales hit by the new coronavirus outbreak, sources close to the matter said Friday.

Japan's third-largest automaker by volume is considering labor reduction in Europe and some emerging countries, the sources said.

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