PARIS, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Eastern Europe is no longer an attractive region for producing cars, and Nissan Motor Co. would sooner raise capacity at its factory in Britain before setting up a manufacturing site in the East, a senior official at the Japanese auto maker said on Thursday. "Eastern Europe is not as cheap as five or six years ago when everybody was talking about it," Colin Dodge, senior vice president of manufacturing and purchasing, told Reuters at the Paris auto show. "If we ...
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