BEIJING, May 28 (Reuters) - Chinese auto maker Dongfeng's joint venture with Japan's Nissan Motor expects to sell 1 million vehicles annually by 2012, Kimiyasu Nakamura, the president of the JV, said on Wednesday. The joint venture, named Dongfeng Motor Co Ltd (DFL), sold 610,000 vehicles in 2007. In the first four months, car sales totalled 101,769, 23.2 percent more than a year earlier. The JV, which brings together China's third-largest automaker, Dongfeng Motor Group Co, with Japan's ...
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