MUMBAI – Japan’s Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. will join Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. and Renault SA in a Rs40 billion ($905 million) multi-vehicle plant located south of Chennai. “The project, a unique industrial complex, will provide vehicle production for each car maker, plus a powertrain facility for Renault and Nissan,” the auto makers say in a joint statement. The Indian government will provide 1,100 acres (375 ha) for the new facility, which will employ 5,000 workers when production ...

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