TOKYO, March 31 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co said on Tuesday it had improved fuel economy on seven models sold in Japan to benefit from new tax incentives that are part of the government's efforts to jump-start car demand. Japan's No.3 automaker said its line-up of fuel-efficient vehicles eligible for the tax breaks would expand to 13 from six starting in late April, in a move that it hoped would help its domestic sales grow in the new business year from Wednesday. Toyota Motor Corp and ...
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