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TOKYO (Reuters) – Nissan (OTC 🙂 Motor Co (T 🙂 has raised $ 7.8 billion from its creditors since April to strengthen its liquidity position in the face of declining sales due to the recent corona virus pandemic.
In a report filed with the Japanese tax authorities on Monday, the automaker said it had raised a total of 832.6 billion yen ($ 7.8 billion), including 712.6 billion yen that was announced in late May to support the Virus to respond.
($ 1 = 107.2900 yen)
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