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Nissan's global ambitions for Infiniti start in China

Nissan hopes to increase Infiniti's market share in China with its first-ever compact SUV, the QX30.

TOKYO -- Nissan Motor is hoping a new focus on China will help breathe fresh life into its 30-year-old Infiniti luxury brand and allow it to shake off its dependence on the American market.

"Infiniti had a record year in 2015," said Roland Krueger, president of Infiniti Motor, the brand's Hong Kong headquarters.

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