TOKYO, May 29 (Reuters) - A top executive at Nissan Motor Co. said on Monday Japan's second-biggest auto maker may need to consider beefing up its minicar line-up to prop up sales in the tough domestic market. Nissan has suffered the sharpest sales drop in the stagnant Japanese car market in reaction to an especially robust 12 months through last September, during which it had committed to selling 3.6 million vehicles worldwide. Chief Operating Officer Toshiyuki Shiga acknowledged that ...
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