Nissan’ sales in China increased by 4.5% in June

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Japanese automaker Nissan Motor said on Friday its sales in China increased by 4.5% in June from a year earlier to 136,929 vehicles, as the country reports recovery from its coronavirus crisis.

China’s auto market, the world’s biggest automobile market, is one of Nissan’s focuses as the embattled automaker continues to have a hard time since the ouster of former boss Carlos Ghosn and coronavirus led lockdown restrictions across the world.

China has reported an increase in sales since the country has eased lockdown restrictions and has been one of the regions where automakers have seen an increase in automobile sales in recent months.

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