While it hasn’t kept pace in the mobility business with General Motors, BMW and a few others, Nissan is trying to make up for lost time. The automaker soon will make a bigger foray into the sector, Michael Bunce, in the new role of global director-Mobility Services for the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, tells Wards. “We’ll have something in the next couple months to announce,” Bunce says, adding, “What I would say is the first part is about acquiring and ...

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