Nissan is moving its Southeast Asian headquarters from Singapore to Thailand as part of a 6-year business plan to more than triple sales to 500,000 units with a 15% market share by the end of 2016. Nissan sold 150,000 units for a 6% Southeast Asian market share in 2010. It is creating a subsidiary, Nissan Motor Asia Pacific, as its strategic regional headquarters of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations region. Nissan says one of its key strategies to reach its growth target is ...
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