After announcing the impending closure of its main camera manufacturing plant in Sendai (slated for end of 2021), Nikon is further suspending its operations of two lens manufacturing plants in Nagai City and Tadami Town, concentrating its domestic production of interchangeable lenses at its remaining factory in Otawara City. The two plants will be effectively closed in August 2021, affecting the jobs of 162 employees.
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