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Nissan Motor Co. said Tuesday it has resumed vehicle sales in Japan after they were halted earlier in the week when it was revealed that uncertified workers had conducted final-stage safety inspections at six domestic plants.

The automaker began selling cars held in inventory at factories and dealerships that had been cleared through new checks performed by certified inspectors.

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