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Nissan Motor Co Ltd (7201.T)

7201.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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Sun, Feb 19 2017

BRIEF-Infomedia signs contract with Nissan Motor

* Infomedia signs software contract with Nissan's global dealer network

BRIEF-R&I affirms Nissan Motor Co Ltd's rating at "A+" and changes outlook to positive from stable -R&I

* Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) affirmed the company's rating at "A+" -R&I

South Korea files complaint against Nissan on mileage claims, probes two others

SEOUL South Korea has filed a complaint against Nissan Motor's South Korean unit alleging that the Japanese car maker manipulated the fuel economy test results of its Infiniti Q50 sedan, a government official said on Tuesday.

South Korea sues Nissan over mileage claims, probes BMW, Porsche

SEOUL, Feb 14 South Korea has sued Nissan Motor's South Korean unit alleging that the Japanese car maker manipulated the fuel economy test results of its Infiniti Q50 sedan, a government official said on Tuesday.

France's Renault stake blocks deeper Nissan deal: CEO

PARIS Renault and alliance partner Nissan are ready to forge closer capital ties but will only do so if France sells its Renault stake, Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said on Friday. | Video

UPDATE 1- France's Renault stake blocks deeper Nissan deal - CEO

PARIS, Feb 10 Renault and alliance partner Nissan are ready to forge closer capital ties but will only do so if France sells its Renault stake, Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said on Friday.

Renault-Nissan ready to merge if France exits stake -CEO

PARIS, Feb 10 Renault and alliance partner Nissan are ready to pursue a closer tie-up, Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said on Friday, but not before the French state sells its stake in the French carmaker.

UPDATE 2-Nissan sees smaller yen losses, braces for possible U.S. trade rule changes

* Sales buoyant at home, China & U.S., but U.S. incentives bite (Recasts with executive's quotes and details of results)

Nissan Q3 profit below expectations on yen strength, cost rise

TOKYO Nissan Motor Co posted on Thursday a weaker-than-expected operating profit for the third quarter as higher marketing costs and a stronger yen dampened earnings.

BRIEF-Nissan exec says not much leeway to raise U.S. production

* Nissan exec: not a lot of leeway to increase U.S. production Further company coverage: (Reporting By Naomi Tajitsu)

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