Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. plans to hike sales 4%-5% in Asia outside of Japan this year, with deliveries increasing further in 2003 due to anticipated growth in China. Nissan sold 230,000 units in Asia (excluding Japan) last year, its larger markets being Singapore and Hong Kong. If Nissan succeeds in reaching an agreement with Chinese auto maker Dongfeng Motors Corp., the two soon will be producing cars via joint venture on China’s mainland. Such a move, officials say, will make China second ...

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