I saw this tidbit about Nissan's global operations in the Globe and Mail today and thought it was interesting:

Nissan Motor Co Ltd on Monday said its sales growth in the world’s two biggest auto markets is likely slow in the near term as consumer tax breaks end in China while U.S. tastes move away from the automaker’s main area of focus [as North Americans are turning to crossovers and SUVs instead of sedans].

The auto maker sells almost a quarter of its output in China, and around 40 per cent in North America.
Full article:

Nissan expects sales growth to slow in China, U.S. in near term