BEIJING (Reuters) – Japanese carmaker Nissan Motor Co (7201.T) said on Wednesday it planned to sell about 1.6 million vehicles in China, the world’s biggest auto market.

Nissan sold 1.55 million vehicles last year in China, down 1.1% from the previous year amid a prolonged auto sales slowdown.

Reporting by Yilei Sun in Beijing and Naomi Tajitsu in Tokyo; Editing by Chang-Ran Kim


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