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Nissan will not extend the contracts of 248 temporary workers at its U.K. car factory, the Japanese automaker said Thursday, as the industry struggles with reduced demand amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Output at the Sunderland plant in northern England was halted in mid-March and resumed at the start of the week but with only one line, which makes the Juke and Qashqai models, in operation.

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