Sounding unstoppable with end number of strategies at fore-front, inclusive of some great model plates too, the Nissan finally concluded to open a plant in Myanmar.
Sunny will be the first product to roll out from the bay, if all happens to fall in the place rightly.
However, the said confirmation is not astounded from any of the reports of media, but hopefully the Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn had affirmed it on his visit to the war-torn South East Asian country a couple of days back.
It was also learnt that Nissan delegates (CEO Carlos Ghosn) were there in Myanmar to sign an agreement with the administrational authorities for the setup of a factory. Hence, the authorities seem to have agreed with the terms of Japanese carmaker, and eventually landed a hand of support too towards the development.
Nissan confirmed that Myanmar car market is more than 120,000 sales per year, where most of them are basically held by pre-owned (second hand) imports. It hopes a 30% of the market share to be bitten with its new vehicles, which are happened to be facing assembly line at a rate of 10,000 units per year. 300 employees are said to be employed in the manufacturing bay if all would have went well on time. Nissan is hoped to have plans for other model-plates too.