SHANGHAI Dec 4 Nissan Motor Co Ltd and
its Chinese joint venture sold 79,500 vehicles in China in
November, down 29.8 percent from a year earlier, the Japanese
automaker said on Tuesday.
That was an improvement from October when sales declined 41
percent, but sales are still well below last year's level due to
the lingering impact of a territorial row between the countries
that led to massive anti-Japan protests across China.
Sales in the first 11 months came to 1.09 million, down 3.3
percent year-on-year, Nissan said in a statement.
Nissan, the most exposed of the top Japanese car firms to
the Chinese market, makes vehicles in China in partnership with
Dongfeng Automobile Group Co.
(Reporting by Kazunori Takada; Editing by Daniel Magnowski)