TOKYO – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. remains bullish on the Chinese market. Kimiyasu Nakamura, president of Dongfeng Motor Co. Ltd., Nissan’s Chinese affiliate, predicts 4.5% growth in sales this year to a record 570,000 units, including both domestically built and imported models. Total group sales, including Dongfeng’s brand, are projected to be flat at 680,000. Nakamura expects market demand for domestically built cars to hold steady at last year’s record levels of 5,608,000 units ...
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