NEW YORK – Nissan and Infiniti account for 8% of the U.S. light-vehicle market, but Carlos Ghosn is targeting a 10% market share for the two brands. In a press conference at the New York International Auto Show, the CEO of Renault and Nissan reaffirms Nissan’s intention to capture 10% of the Chinese market (albeit a year later than originally planned) and carve out a leading position in emerging markets such as Russia and Indonesia. Ghosn also forecasts improving sales of ...

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