Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. begins shipping its Quest minivan to China today, becoming the first Japanese auto maker to send U.S.-built vehicles to the country. The export of the vehicle, built at Nissan North America Inc.'s Canton, MS, plant, is part of Nissan's Value-Up 3-year business plan. Nissan is targeting sales of 4,000 in the '05 fiscal year. It will will be sold at 70 authorized dealerships beginning in September. “When we originally built the Canton facility, we were not only ...

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