ELECTRIC cars assembled in Spain are being shipped to Japan as the country expands its imports from Europe.
Spain has become a major international advocate of electric vehicles with Nissan launching their first range of electric taxis in Madrid.
Nissan have now begun importing the e-NV200 electric vehicle from Spain to Japan as European companies crack the Japanese market.
Asian stockbrokers Nikkei see the move as a ‘sign that Japanese companies are increasing their global production systems’.
Nissan’s Barcelona-based production plant is the only one in the world to produce the new electric car and is the manufacturer’s second venture into the electric vehicle market.
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