Thailand will continue to play an important role in the production of Nissan vehicles, as long as the country’s production costs remain competitive, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. CEO and President Carlos Ghosn says during a media briefing in Bangkok. Ghosn foresees Thailand’s auto market eventually reaching 1 million units annually, while adding “Thailand’s market is not a mature one yet.’’ He says Nissan is not planning to follow its competitors’ lead by shifting any of its production plants ...

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