BANGKOK – Nissan is planning to build a second eco-car in Thailand, following the success of its B-segment March (Micra) global hatchback that has been in production here for slightly more than a year. The auto maker also will bring the new Chinese-built Sunny sedan to Thailand, with output destined for the domestic market as well as export to Japan. Nissan was the first auto maker here to answer the government’s call for a low-cost, fuel-efficient small vehicle dubbed the eco-car. In ...
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