Light-vehicle production in North America may be in the doldrums this year, but as the economy improves, it’s expected to gradually rise to an annual level of 20 million units in the next five years – up from a forecast 16.3 million in 2003. Nissan North America Inc. will be at the forefront of growth. Through expansion of its existing plants in the U.S. and Mexico, and the opening of a new plant in Mississippi, the auto maker is forecast to have the strongest percent growth of ...

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