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Nissan optimistic despite Thai turmoil

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MANILA - Japan's second largest automaker, Nissan, remains optimistic about Southeast Asia's vehicle industry despite the political turmoil in Thailand. 

Takao Katagiri, executive vice president at Nissan Motor Co, said Friday the political turmoil in Bangkok is temporary and would not affect long term plans in Thailand and the rest of Southeast Asia.

Anti-government protesters this week consolidated rallies they had been staging at several major intersections in Bangkok to one venue.

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