JAKARTA, June 29 (Reuters) - Indonesia has the potential to become a regional hub for car manufacturing if it improves its infrastructure, said Nissan Motor Co's CEO Carlos Ghosn on Tuesday, when asked about any plans to move manufacturing from Thailand. Ghosn was speaking at a press conference about Nissan's expansion plans in Indonesia. When asked about labour strikes in China, he said these will not affect Nissan's strategy in China given the size of its car market. (Reporting by ...
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