Nissan Boost 2012 European Sales Through October

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Despite overall weakness in the market, Nissan’s cars have proven to be popular in Europe, where they’ve achieved a 5.4 increase in sales in the period from January through October.
"Nissan continues to weather the financial storm in Europe and our year-to-date performance regionally, and within our major markets, leaves us optimistic about the remainder of the year, despite the economic headwinds," said Nissan vice president for sales operations in Europe, Guillaume Cartier.

"We're aware of the challenges that lie ahead for the automotive industry, but we're 100% committed to investing in new technologies and our product pipeline to deliver exciting products that serve the needs of customers across Europe,” he added.

Without going into specific figures, NIssan said that its market share in Russia is up by 7.5 percent in Russia, 4.5 percent in the UK and 15.1 percent in France.
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