LOS ANGELES – As it prepares to launch its first hybrid-electric vehicle in the U.S., a Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. official says the new HEV could be a good fit for China, where the government is trying to limit the impact of emissions from its ever-growing fleet of passenger cars. “The emissions specs and safety specs (in China vs. the U.S.) are a little bit different, but it’s conceivable” the Altima Hybrid could be exported to China, Thomas Lane, corporate vice president-product planning and ...

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