Nissan to develop trucks with Dong Feng-paper


TOKYO, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Japan's Nissan Motor and Nissan Diesel Motor are teaming up with China's Dongfeng Motor Corp to develop midsize and heavy-duty trucks for the growing Chinese market, the Nihon Keizai newspaper said on Thursday. The low-cost trucks, which will be produced at a factory operated by Nissan and Dongfeng in Hubei province and marketed under the Dongfeng brand, will hit the market as early as 2006, the paper said. Nissan and Nissan Diesel officials were not immediately ...

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