Ghosn says Japan assembly too expensive.
NEW YORK – Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says specifics regarding the auto maker’s plan to shift production of Infiniti models away from Japan will be revealed soon. “This is an interesting case, where you have most of the sourcing in Japan, none of the sales in Japan and today having to source in Japan when the yen is ¥82:$1 is obviously not the right system,” Ghosn says in a meeting with media at the New York auto show. The high cost of assembling vehicles in ...
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