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US: Nissan to consider options to increase production amid sales growth


Nissan, the second largest Japanese automaker has come off strong US sales and market share gains in 2014 and now has to weigh its options in order to cope with demand: increase existing production capacity in North America or build new plant space. According to Nissan North America Chairman Jose Munoz the Japanese carmaker – which has an alliance with France’s ...
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NAFTA: Mexican auto output and exports surge in January
Mexico saw both automotive production and related exports on the rise last month, with record levels for January – according to the Mexican Auto Industry Association. The industry body said the ...
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Report – Toyota starts new production expansion and mulls three new factories
Japan’s Toyota Motor Corp, the world’s largest automaker, looks set on completing its three-year production expansion hiatus that was brought by a renewed focus on safety and quality after the ...
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Ferrari 360 Spider burns in Mexico
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Recall roundup: Nissan in Mexico for Takata airbag issue
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Ferrari F430 Spider meets wall in Mexico
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