LOS ANGELES – In anticipation of the launch of its Leaf electric vehicle, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. has been working hard to create the right support infrastructure. Carlos Tavares, executive vice president-product planning, says he has no problem if other auto makers take advantage of Nissan’s groundwork. “If other OEMs benefit from the work we are doing with all the utility companies, with the government, with the cities, so be it,” Tavares tells Ward’s on the sidelines of an event here ...

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