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One in nine cars sold worldwide in 2016 from Nissan-Renault stable; global sales reach 9.96 mn vehicles

By exchange4media News Service | Feb 09, 2017

Alliance sales reach 9,961,347 vehicles in 2016 – one in nine cars sold worldwide. The Alliance confirms its zero-emission* leadership; cumulative sales reach 424,797 electric vehicles worldwide. 18-year old partnership sees boost in innovation for the vehicle of the future

TBWA to lead communication for Datsun’s return

By exchange4media News Service | Feb 01, 2013

Datsun is due to launch in 2014, with initial focus on India, Russia & Indonesia. TBWA\Mumbai will develop the campaign for India

International: Advertisers ready for age of austerity

By Source: Advertising Age | Jul 22, 2008

Amid roiling financial markets, who's who of blue-chip marketers are making moves to slash marketing spending. Among them are five major companies that together contribute more than $10 billion to the US ad economy: General Motors Corp., Procter & Gamble Co., Anheuser-Busch, Coca-Cola Co. and Nissan.

IAA World Congress: IAA and Samir Fares Awards presented

By exchange4media News Service | Apr 09, 2008

The 41st International Advertising Association (IAA) World Congress saw the IAA and Samir Fares Awards presented to Tateo Mataki, President & CEO of Dentsu, and Jean-Claude Boulos, GM of Alsumaria, respectively. The Awards were presented by Indra Abidin, the new IAA Chairman and World President.

Infiniti to debut in India

By Source: Business Standard | Nov 13, 2007

After wrapping up India plans for Renault and Nissan, Nissan CEO and MD Carlos Ghosn is set for the rollout of another car brand – Infiniti – in the country.

International: Stringer named Sony`s CEO

By exchange4media News Service | Mar 08, 2005

Sony on Monday announced that Howard Stringer, chief executive of its US operations, would succeed Nobuyuki Idei as group chairman and chief executive of the Japanese electronics and media giant. The shake-up was one of the most sudden changes of management at a large Japanese company.