Japanese carmaker Nissan’s China growth strategy will remain unchanged in post-Carlos Ghosn era

Nissan Motor expects China’s car market to recover in the second half, as the Japanese carmaker moves on from the scandal surrounding former chairman Carlos Ghosn.Makoto Uchida, senior vice-president of Nissan, said Beijing’s efforts to support the industry, such as subsidies and tax incentives, would effectively result in a turnaround.Uchida said Nissan will not change its China strategy despite the Ghosn distraction and plans to leverage its research and development capability in the country… Source link

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