Nissan's sales rose 36% in China

Updated: 2011-01-10 15:56


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Nissan Motor Co, the largest Japanese automaker in China, said its sales in the nation rose 36 percent last year to 1.023 million vehicles, Bloomberg reported.

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Nissan's sales in China exceeded those in the US and Japan for the first time, according to Bloomberg. The automaker said it aims to sell 1.15 million cars in China this year.

Nissan sold 645,369 vehicles in Japan, including minicars, up by 9.2 percent. It sold 908,570 units in the US.


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