Nissan takes its own road, minus Renault, in seeking tech tie-up – Reuters News Agency
17 April 2023, 4:21 pm 1 minute
Reuters exclusively reported that Japan’s third-biggest automaker by sales is seeking a partner outside the auto industry to develop software that connects vehicles to cloud-based services.
Shares of Nissan are up 17% so far this year, putting them on track, at least for now, for their first annual increase in eight years.
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