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NISSAN ANNOUNCES ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGES IN JAPAN

 TOKYO, Jan. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. announced that several organizational changes in Japan will be implemented effective Jan. 1, 1993, aimed primarily at strengthening the planning and development organization for new products, including recreational and commercial vehicles (R&CV), instituting greater specialization in operations and enhancing efficiency. The changes that will be carried out to attain these objectives are outlined below.
 Reorganization of Product and Marketing Group
 With the aim of reinforcing the product planning and development organization, the present Product Planning and Marketing Division will be divided into the Passenger Car Product Planning and Marketing Division and the R&CV Product Planning and Development Division.
 The Passenger Car Product Planning and Marketing Division will be formed by restructuring the present Product Planning and Marketing Groups 1, 2 and 3 into three new groups -- the Market Strategy and Product Planning Group, Product Planning and Marketing Group No. 1 and No. 2. This reorganization will create a structure specifically responsible for advancing passenger car product planning and will also enhance stronger capabilities for coordinating product operations that cut across departmental lines.
 The R&CV Product Planning and Development Division will be organized separately to augment product planning and development functions for recreational and commercial vehicles. This division will consist of three units -- the Market Strategy and Product Planning Office, the Vehicle Design Office and the Vehicle Development Department.
 Reorganization of Simultaneous Engineering Center
 To promote the development of product engineering technology, the present Engineering Development Section of Production Engineering Department No. 2 and the Machine Tool Design and Engineering Group in the Production Systems Development Section of the Production Facilities Engineering Department at the Machine and Tool Engineering Plant will be consolidated and integrated with the Simultaneous Engineering Center.
 Reorganization of Electronics Engineering Division
 In conjunction with the expanding operations of the Electronics Engineering Division, an Electronics Production Engineering Administration and Planning Section will be newly established within the Electronics Production Engineering Department. The new section will be responsible for production planning, accounting, purchasing and other activities related to semiconductors.
 Reorganization of Corporate Communications Group
 The Corporate Communications Department and the External and Government Affairs Department will discontinue their present sectional system and shift to a group-based organization in order to provide more responsiveness and flexibility in the execution of their activities.
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 /CONTACT: Shuji Kawasaki or Jim Gill of Nissan, 313-393-1893/


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