DETROIT – Last week’s revelation Toyota Motor Corp. and Tesla Motors Inc. would team up on electric-vehicle development is neither a shocker nor a game-changer for Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., CEO Carlos Ghosn says. “It’s not a surprise. We want to see a lot of car makers getting into electric cars, with a partner or without a partner,” Ghosn tells media here after an appearance at the Detroit Economic Club. Ghosn likes the all-electric Leaf's odds of success and says Nissan is deeply involved ...

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