Nissan seeking to boost sales in Gulf region


KUWAIT, April 25 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co's Nissan Middle East hopes to sell 120,000 vehicles in the six oil-rich Gulf Arab states by the end of the fiscal year that started this month, a top company official said. Takeshi Nakajima, deputy managing director of Nissan Middle East, said at a company roadshow on Sunday night that the firm had sold 100,000 vehicles in the whole Middle East region, including the six Gulf nations, in the last fiscal year. But achieving a target of 120,000 ...

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