Rally starts union push at Mississippi Nissan plant
Nissan management opposes a union, although it says workers are free to choose whether they’d like to be represented or not.
Nissan testing autonomous vehicles at Japanese plant
Automaker thinks the technology will eventually save costs and boost efficiency.
Mitsubishi scandal probe finds unrealistic goals, conflicts
Investigative panel said data falsifying went on for 25 years.
Renault-Nissan, Mitsubishi Motors expand vehicle cooperation
Nissan and Mitsubishi will develop a new small car through an existing joint venture, including an electric version.
Nissan announces Myanmar joint venture to start Sunny production in 2015
The factory will initially employ 300 workers and produce more than 10,000 cars per year.
China’s March auto sales up 13.3%, Japanese brands suffer more decline
Communist government promoting auto manufacturing, but still fine-tuning policies to encourage smaller, fuel-efficient vehicle sales.
Nissan invests $800 million in Chinese plant
Facility will produce up to 300,000 vehicles and is part of the automaker’s Chinese joint venture with Dongfeng Motor Co.