VIENNA – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. plans to rework its distribution network in Central Europe and Scandinavia. In the former Central European communist countries of Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland, Nissan will take over from importers owned by independent Japanese companies. Nissan sales in Poland should top 7,000 vehicles this year. It is not clear yet whether there will be a regional head office or Nissan will install separate import companies in each country. “We are ...

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