Thai facility to replicate varying road conditions at Japan test track.
Nissan opens its first overseas vehicle-testing facility in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations region, as well as new facilities for the Nissan Technical Center South East Asia, in Thailand. The ¥3.4 billion ($36 million) expansion will strengthen Nissan’s research and development capabilities in the region, a key element of the Japanese auto maker’s growth strategy. Senior Vice President Atsushi Shizuta calls the projects an important step in solidifying the ...
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