VIENNA – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. may add another vehicle to the Kenya Vehicle Manufacturing assembly plant in Thika, Kenya. Currently, the Nissan Urvan light-commercial vehicle is produced there in small numbers. The Nissan Hardbody 1-ton pickup truck is the most likely new candidate. “Feasibility studies have started, but the business must be profitable,” Koji Nakamura, Nissan’s manager responsible for general overseas markets, says in a published report. “We will take time to make a ...
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