TOKYO, May 30 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. is considering expanding output in China, the Nihon Keizai business newspaper reported, citing an interview with Chief Operating Officer Toshiyuki Shiga. Last May, Japan's second-largest auto maker, in which Renault has a 44 percent stake, built a plant with annual output capacity of 150,000 units in the city of Guangzhou. Combined with its facility in Hubei province, Nissan plans to produce and sell 300,000 vehicles in China in 2007, the report ...
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