MOSCOW, May 24 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. , Japan's second-largest car maker, wants to expand on the fast-growing Russian market by creating a joint venture with a local plant, a Russian newspaper reported on Monday. Business daily Vedomosti cited industry sources as saying a senior Nissan delegation was in Russia to visit at least three car plants and then possibly pick one for a venture. The plants included the Gorkovsky (GAZ) factory, which belongs to a holding company run by ...
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