TOKYO, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. is considering building a factory in North America in 2008/09 or later, Japan's business daily Nihon Keizai reported on Friday, citing an interview with the automaker's co-chairman Itaru Koeda. Koeda told the paper Nissan, Japan's second-biggest auto maker, had not decided if it would set up a plant in the United States or Mexico. Nissan officials were not immediately available for comment. Nissan's global unit sales are hurting with just one new ...
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