Nissan, Kia, May Build Cars in Iraq

The Director General of the Iraqi Automobile Company (State Company for Automotive Industry – SCAI?) has said that the company is in negotiation with the Japanese company Nissan regarding a possible partnership to manufacture Nissan cars in Iraq.

According to a report from Aswat al-Iraq, he is also in discussions with Korea’s Kia Motors. The building of a factory is expected within three years.

He added that the company currently produces 5000-6000 cars monthly, of 10 different types, but plans to rationalise production to the two or three most popular models.

(Source: Aswat al-Iraq)

One Response to Nissan, Kia, May Build Cars in Iraq

  1. Alexqanser Aziz July 4, 2012 at 2:37 pm #

    happy o hear what Iraq going o development.
    first of all they (Iraqi)must subconsciously leave corruptions in the garbage container and send to the see.
    training, marketing, sales, technician, QC, QA and intelligent management required.