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Nissan to hike China light-vehicle output 40%, report says

Last modified Tuesday, 21 August 2018

       Nissan Motor Co. plans to invest about $900 million (6.17 billion yuan) to boost car and light-truck production in China 40 percent by 2021 as part of a 60-billion-yuan strategy to become a top three player in the world’s largest auto market.  Nissan and its Chinese joint-venture partner, Dongfeng Group, plan to invest roughly $900 million to expand manufacturing capacity over the next few years, according to a person close to the plan. The expansion would boost Nissan's vehicle production capacity in China to as many as 2.1 million vehicles a year.  The investments are part of a previously disclosed multi-year plan to expand Nissan's sales in China.  China's light-vehicle market has been dominated by General Motors and Volkswagen AG for nearly two decades, with each selling 4 million cars and light vehicles last year.
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