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Nissan vehicles are seen in a Nissan dealership in Jakarta

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Nissan vehicles are seen in a Nissan dealership in Jakarta
Nissan vehicles are seen in a Nissan dealership in Jakarta February 14, 2013. Nissan Motor Co considers Indonesia key to its bid to resurrect Datsun next year - a brand name retired in the early 1980s - as a sub-$10,000 no-frills car to drive growth in emerging market sales. Senior Japan-based Nissan executive Vincent Cobee believes Datsun will generate annual sales of about 100,000 cars in Indonesia by the year ending March 2017 - half of the overall sales volume projected for the combined Nissan and Datsun brands. Last year, Nissan sold 67,578 cars here, about 6 percent of the 1.1 million new cars sold. To match INTERVIEW NISSAN-INDONESIA/DATSUN REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
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