BARCELONA – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. says it will build a new vehicle at its plant here beginning in 2012, if unions accept a plan rejected last October to eliminate 1,680 jobs. The auto maker is looking to take production down to 128,000 vehicles annually with two shifts employing a total of 2,800 people. Workers are being offered incentives to leave the company ranging from €20,000 to €120,000 ($25,900-$155,000) depending on their length of service. Nissan also will help employees find ...
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