MUMBAI – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. finalized its plans for India with the recent visit here of CEO Carlos Ghosn. The Japanese auto maker plans to establish a wholly owned subsidiary that will assemble vehicles and outsource components from local suppliers. Nissan has tried several times over the years to enter the Indian market. But each attempt barely touched the fringe and ended in failure. However, the latest plan results from meticulous homework on product positioning, marketing ...
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