TOKYO, Dec 9 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co named powertrain engineer Jun Seki as the new head of its China joint venture, following an executive reshuffle at the Japanese carmaker in November. Seki, 52, will be charged with rebuilding Nissan's China business after it and other Japanese carmakers saw sales plunge in the world's biggest auto market late last year due to a surge in anti-Japan sentiment following a territorial dispute. Nissan, which has the largest reliance on China out of ...
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