Nissan to cut stake in parts firm Unipres


TOKYO, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co , Japan's third-largest automaker, said on Friday it would sell part of its stake in parts company Unipres Corp -- a move in line with its three-year strategy of reducing holdings in non-core firms. Nissan said it would reduce its stake to 14.7 percent from 30.3 percent but remain the top shareholder in the maker of specially pressed auto parts. A 14.4 percent stake would be sold to Nippon Steel Corp , Japan's largest steelmaker, and a 1.2 ...

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