AUTOSHOW-Nissan picks UK for new European car


PARIS, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. has decided to build its next-generation European family car to replace the current Almera model at its Sunderland plant in the UK starting in Jan. 2006, a top official said on Thursday. Nissan plans to manufacture around 100,000 units of the new model, the Tone, per year, which the Japanese carmaker unveiled at the Paris Motor Show. "The decision to manufacture the production version of Tone in the UK ... represents a significant investment ...

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