TOKYO, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor will begin exporting passenger cars over the next few months from China, as a growing number of global industry giants tap their output in the world's second-largest auto market to supply export markets. Nissan will initially ship 400 Livina hatchbacks and Bluebird Sylphy sedans made at a joint venture plant in south China to Egypt, a company spokesman said on Thursday. It may expand its exports to other markets in the future, he said. The ...
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