Nissan's China joint venture, Dongfeng Nissan, is building an $800 million production facility in Dalian in China’s Liaoning province. The plant will manufacture Nissan-branded passenger vehicles and have an initial annual production capacity of 150,000 units by 2014, with the capability of expanding up to 300,000. Nissan Executive Vice President Hiroto Saikawa says China is the Japanese auto maker’s largest market and will continue to be one of its most important ...

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