SHANGHAI — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is poised to enter vehicle production in China through a joint venture with No.2 Chinese automaker Dongfeng Automotive Group, reports say. The two automakers, which currently participate in a technical tie-up that produces the Nissan Bluebird, are discussing the details of an equity JV to produce compact cars, officials say. The vehicle would most likely be based on the March subcompact car, known as the Micra in Europe. The venture, which Nissan Chief ...
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