PARIS – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is considering establishing a fourth major design division to be located in China to complement its centers in Japan, the U.S. and Europe. "We already have a Chinese design center in Taiwan, which at least from a cultural viewpoint is part of China,” Patrick Pelata, Nissan executive vice-president says. But “we are considering” a new center in mainland China to support a planned massive expansion there. Nissan Azeal Concept shown at Detroit show. Nissan ...

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