TOKYO — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn says in published reports that the automaker is seeking to conduct business with Hiroshima-based parts suppliers, which traditionally have been associated with Mazda Motor Corp. But with Mazda’s performance slump, the suppliers are trying to expand their customer base. The move also works in cooperation with the Nissan Revival Plan, which calls for reaching outside of Nissan’s circle of suppliers in an attempt to slash procurement ...
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