Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. reportedly will invest $100 million to expand its Egyptian operations. Some $60 million is set aside for 2005, when Nissan will begin local production of the Sunny sedan in the summer. X-Trail SUV assembly will follow. Nissan, which began operations in Egypt in December 1997, says an existing Cairo facility is being purchased and will be remodeled. Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says Egypt is an important market, both for local business and as an export base for North ...

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