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Nissan Takes Advantage of the Weak Yen Threatening Detroit’s Price Discipline


Nissan’s strategy to increase its US market share has prompted the auto industry worry that this will lead to a price war which will affect the progress made since the recession ravaged auto sales. Nissan has already cut prices on seven models and increased incentives, a move which made the automaker’s US sales jump 25% last month, the time the industrywide ...
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