Nissan happy in Thailand despite political woes


* Business in Thailand on track despite political problems * Expects "March" to boost Nissan's Thai market share By Ploy Ten Kate SAMUT PRAKARN, Thailand, June 30 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co , Japan's third-largest car maker, remains confident in Thailand despite recent political unrest and said it was on track to double its output there to 200,000 units this year. "Not one project suspended or delayed. Everything is on track," Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn told a news conference in ...

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