DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor has been hurt less by the yen's strength than other companies, thanks to its strategy of producing cars for the U.S. market locally, Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said on Friday. "We have a strategy for many years limiting the level of exports from Japan, particularly to the United States ... We set ourselves a target that more than 80 percent of cars sold in the U.S. should be assembled in North America," Ghosn told Reuters on the ...
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