JACKSON, Mississippi — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.'s planned new $930 million light-truck plant, to be located near here, will bring the automaker's total North American capacity to 1.15 million vehicles. Confirmation of the plant comes early this month, after the state gave approval to a tax-incentive package worth at least $295 million. Additionally, Nissan will spend $1 billion over four years to upgrade its burgeoning Tennessee operations. The bulk will go to install tooling at the Decherd ...
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