Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. officials say construction is on schedule at the auto maker’s forthcoming Canton, MS, plant – for the time being. That’s because the State of Mississippi has yet to secure the entire plant site, causing snags in the building plan that have yet to be ironed out. The $930 million plant, slated to open in about a year, will produce a minivan, two SUVs and a fullsize pickup. Nissan’s plan is for the facility to sit on a 1,400-acre (566-ha) site, 27 acres ...
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