VIENNA – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. plans to launch production of its Teana sedan at its new Nissan Mfg. Rus plant in St. Petersburg in early 2009, with the X-Trail cross/utility vehicle to follow some time later. The auto maker makes the announcement at the official start of construction at the new $200 million assembly plant this week. At full capacity, the St. Petersburg facility will produce about 50,000 vehicles annually and employ up to 750 workers. Nissan sold 52,053 vehicles in Russia ...

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