Nissan Plans $2 Billion Plant in Mexico to Avoid Losses From YenAlan Ohnsman and Adriana Lopez Caraveo
Nissan Motor Co., the Asian carmaker with the biggest production capacity in Mexico, will spend as much as $2 billion on a third factory in the country as the yen’s strength drives the company out of Japan.
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