Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. President and CEO Carlos Ghosn tells the Thailand media this month that his company, which is spending 7.64 billion baht ($190 million) to take over its Thailand operations from a local partner, intends to use the country as its regional global production base. Japan's third-largest auto maker signed an agreement to raise its stakes in Siam Nissan Automobile (SNA) and Siam Motors and Nissan (SMN) to 75% from 25%. (See related story: Nissan Boosts Thailand ...
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