MINNEAPOLIS – Nissan North America Inc. will have a pure electric vehicle for sale early in the next decade, a top official says. The EV will be developed under the auspices of the “Nissan Green Program 2010,” which the auto maker describes as its “commitment to all aspects of environmental management.” Key to the EV program will be the development of lithium-ion batteries through a recently formed joint venture with NEC Corp., and its subsidiary, NEC TOKIN Corp. Nissan and NEC ...

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