Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. says it is moving its headquarters from Ginza, Tokyo, to Yokohama City by 2010, at a cost of ¥45 billion ($419 million). Some 2,000 of Nissan’s 3,000 employees at its current headquarters will shift to the new Yokohama location, which is set to commence construction in 2007. Nissan begins construction of new facility in 2007. “Moving our global and domestic operations to Yokohama makes a lot of sense for Nissan,” says Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn. “Our current ...
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