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Japanese car-maker Nissan plans to boost sales

The japanese car-maker Nissan plans to release an average of one new vehicle every six weeks in order to boost sales.

In its mid-term business plan the company said it was targeting 8% global market share by the end of March 2017 but first, the company needs to recover from the earthquake and tsunami earlier this year.

Jeremy Howell reports.

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