Ghosn meets with Blair, delays Micra decision LONDON — After meeting with British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. President Carlos Ghosn announces Nissan will wait six months to determine the production base of the new sub-compact Micra. Ghosn and other Nissan executives met with Blair to discuss the U.K.'s entry into the European Union's euro currency and a government aid package that would insure the next Micra will be built at Nissan's plant in Sunderland. At stake is a ...

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