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Nissan said Chief Performance Officer Jose Munoz, its former top executive in the United States, would become head of its China operations, leading the Japanese automaker's expansion there.
Renault set to replace Ghosn?, Nissan names new N.A. chief; Acura redesigning RDX; UAW terminates officials amid scandal; China's EV startup boom; Cuba to get Russian car infusion.
Nissan to export Titan from Miss. to China, exec hints at need for new U.S. plant; VW factory shuffle; Ford phasing out C-Max in U.S.; Honda Odyssey recall; Why Adient is adapting.
VW brand goal: 5% U.S. share in 10 years; Ford recalls Fusion, MKZ for steering wheel flaw; Munoz to run Nissan China; Tesla losing execs, gaining milkshakes?; Subaru Forester peek.
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