Nissan Australia begins local manufacture of vehicle accessories by expanding production at its parts plant in Dandenong, Victoria, Australia. The auto maker is bringing back to Australia some metal-fabrication work that had been done in Asia, starting with tow bars and later adding sportbars and nudge bars. The company says the decision is part of its GT2012 and Nissan Power 88 midterm growth plans. GT2012 targets import-market leadership in Australia and Power 88 aims for a global 8% ...
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