Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. plans to invest €400 million ($461 million) in its Barcelona, Spain, plant to produce two new vehicles in 2005. The facility also will be used to produce a new 2.5L common-rail diesel engine beginning in mid-2006, when production of engines will end at its Cuatro Vientos, Madrid, plant. Nissan is producing a new family of engines due to increased emissions regulations in the European market. Employees at the Cuatro Vientos facility will be offered new positions at ...
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