Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. expects to make a profit of ¥50 billion ($387 million) on the sale of its Murayama plant in Tokyo, which closed as part of Nissan’s 3-year restructuring plan launched in October 1999. A religious group has agreed to purchase three quarters of the site, with Nissan planning to build a large auto service retail center on some of the remaining land.
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