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India's Tata Nano has seemingly shown the world's remaining automakers that it's possible to build a small, inexpensive car for emerging markets that's still profitable. You can reportedly count Nissan among the car makers that are paying attention and the Japanese automaker has plans to launch a new small car platform in Thailand, India and China starting in March of 2010.

India's Tata Nano has seemingly shown the world's remaining automakers that it's possible to build a small, inexpensive car for emerging markets that's still profitable. You can reportedly count Nissan among the companies paying close attention and the Japanese automaker reportedly has plans to launch a new small car platform in Thailand, India and China starting in March of 2010.

The race to develop and sell ultra-inexpensive cars in India is on and Nissan is definitely a player. It's working on a car that the automaker expects to build and sell in the burgeoning country for just $2,500. But Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn believes such a car could also be sold in mature markets like the U.S., Europe and Canada. Acknowledging that additional components would be needed so that the car could meet various safety and emissions standards in the U.S. and Europe, Ghosn still believes s

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