Nissan celebrates the 25th anniversary of the opening of its U.K. plant in Sunderland, a year after it became the first factory in that country to build more than 400,000 vehicles in one year. Last year, 423,262 vehicles rolled off the assembly line, raising cumulative output at Nissan Sunderland to more than 6.2 million in 12 different models, including Bluebird, Primera, Micra, Almera, Note, Qashqai and Juke. Some 81% of 2010 production was exported to 97 markets worldwide. Nissan ...

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