Nissan’s new B-car plant in Aguascalientes, Mexico, will open in late 2013 and bring the auto maker’s direct employment in the country to nearly 13,500. That will make the Japanese auto maker nearly as big in Mexico as Volkswagen, which employs more than 15,000 workers at its sprawling Puebla complex. Nissan also expects “approximately 9,000” indirect positions to be generated within the supply chain. In a conference call with media today, Nissan officials say ...

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