Nissan inaugurates R $2.6 billion (USD $1.5 billion) automotive complex in Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (April 15, 2014) - Today Nissan officially opened its R $2.6 billion (USD $1.5 billion) * industrial complex in Resende, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, marking one of the largest automotive investments by any manufacturer in the country. This investment is part of an effort to achieve five percent market share and to become the number one Japanese automotive brand in Brazil.
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Nissan’s “Ride of Your Life™” Altima campaign returns bigger and better in second year

Nissan’s “Ride of Your Life™” Altima campaign returns bigger and bett ...

Nissan’s “Ride of Your Life™” Altima campaign returns bigger and better in second year

Nissan’s “Ride of Your Life™” Altima campaign returns bigger and bett ...

Carlos Ghosn

Carlos Ghosn

Renault-Nissan Alliance official COP21 passenger car partner with zero-emission fleet

Renault-Nissan Alliance official COP21 passenger car partner with zero-emissi ...

Carlos Ghosn - President and Chief Executive Officer, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Carlos Ghosn - President and Chief Executive Officer, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Carlos Ghosn - President and Chief Executive Officer, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Carlos Ghosn - President and Chief Executive Officer, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Carlos Ghosn - President and Chief Executive Officer, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Carlos Ghosn - President and Chief Executive Officer, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Carlos Ghosn

Carlos Ghosn

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums

Nissan donates $500,000 to support Mississippi History and Civil Rights Museums