GUANGZHOU, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Japan's Nissan Motor aims to boost its China sales 20 percent next year, but added it could run into problems due to capacity issues, one of its top China executives said on Monday. The company said it expects to sell more than 500,000 vehicles in China this year, well above its previous target of 380,000, as auto sales have soared in the country due to a range of incentives introduced by Beijing to boost the sector. The company is aiming to boost its sales ...
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