TOKYO – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. has enough capacity to increase its sales to 4.2 million units without adding any plants, says Chief Operating Officer Toshiyuki Shiga. The 4.2 million-unit goal for the year ending March 31, 2007, is part of the Nissan Value Up management program and represents the addition of 800,000 units in three years. (See related story: Nissan Targets 24% Global Vehicle Sales Growth) "We have no capacity issue," Shiga says in a meeting with journalists. "We may ...

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