YOKOSUKA, Japan, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Japan's Nissan Motor Co. unveiled on Wednesday a new research facility to perform car-to-car collision tests as part of its aim to develop safer vehicles and reduce fatalities and injuries for its users. The 40,000 square-metre laboratory in Yokosuka, outside Tokyo, began operations this month and will also conduct tests simulating rollover accidents. With its balance sheet fully repaired and profits growing at a healthy clip, Japan's second-biggest ...
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