Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. expects to gain some ¥100 billion ($804.6 million) from asset sales during the current fiscal year. This year’s sales include its former Murayama plant, for an expected ¥70 billion ($563.2 million) and the remaining ¥30 billion ($241.4 million) to come through the divestment of real estate. The auto maker has been selling off non-core assets as part of an overarching restructuring plan. This year’s projection, less than the previous two years, indicates that Nissan ...

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