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THUMBS UP FOR THE ALMERA From left, Nissan Motors PH president and CEO Allen Chen, Ambassador Raymond L.S. Wang of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, Sta. Rosa City Mayor Arlene Arcillas and Shinichi Koyama, SVP for business management of Nissan Motors Asia-Pacific Co. Ltd.
Chen with, from right, NMPI vice president of marketing Lee Junia, Philippine Daily Inquirer Chief Operating Officer Rene R. Reinoso and Johnson Wang, NMPI AVP for marketing and sales
Just so beautiful, the Almera shines in its moment of glory.

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