Nissan Motor Co.
said Tuesday that it would exit the Russian market and book a loss of about 100.0 billion yen ($686.2 million) from the sale of its local unit.
The Japanese automaker said it would sell all shares of Nissan Manufacturing Russia LLC to Moscow-based Central Research and Development Automobile Engine Institute for 1 euro (97 cents).
Nissan suspended production at its plant in St. Petersburg in March due to supply-chain disruptions, following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Nissan said it had been monitoring the situation closely since then, but there were no signs of the business environment changing.
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