Nissan Motor Co., the most successful Japanese automaker in China, expects sales in the world’s largest automobile market to rebound within three months as demand for Japanese-branded vehicles recovers.
“We’ve seen growth in retail year on year in March and year to date,” Andy Palmer, executive vice president of the Yokohama-based carmaker, said recently. “When we are seeing retail growing, we can be pretty sure that within three months we will see wholesale coming back to a position better than the previous year.”
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