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Nissan Motors

Nissan Motor Company is a Japanese car manufacturer. It was established on December 26, 1933. It is the second largest automobile manufacturing company of Japan, after Toyota and popularly known as "Nissan".
Nissan Motors has rebounded to be one of the most spectacular corporate turnarounds in history. In 2001; Nissan Motor Company initiated Nissan 180, capitalizing on the success of the NRP.Carlos Ghosn has since been idolized as a national hero in Japan as a symbol of the strength of the currently ailing Japanese economy, with Carlos Ghosn, the president of Nissan and the Nissan revival story prominently featured in Japanese manga and popular culture. His achievements in revitalizing the Japanese company have been noted by
Emperor Akihito, who awarded him the Japan Medal with Blue Ribbon in 2004.Nissan is also noted for being one of the world's leading manufacturers of automobile engines, with its VQ 3.5 L V6 engine appearing on "World's 10 Best Engines" for 11 straight years - every year since the award's inception.

Nissan Motors in Indian Market


Nissan Motors are of the opinion that India has a huge market potential and that the economy is growing at a tremendous rate. They believe that India is a market of opportunities and growth. They are of the opinion that their investment in India will help in the growth of the company. They are also planning to open manufacturing units in India. They believe that India is strategically very important for them. And the company's future growth is a lot dependent on the outcome of their investment in India.



They have immense expectation from the Indian market. They have bigger plans in the future for India. And setting up manufacturing units and initial investment is just the starting point of the bigger picture. Nissan Motors India Pvt Ltd. is the Indian division of Nissan Motors. They deal with all the aspects of automobile manufacture. That would include import (presently, later it might be manufacturing), spare parts, sales, after sales, marketing, distribution etc.