MADRID – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. forecasts passenger-vehicle production to rise 47% to about 84,000 units at its Barcelona plant in the coming fiscal year beginning April 1, but weak demand in the light- and medium-duty commercial sector could idle workers once again in Madrid. Nissan Spain says it expects to produce 57,000 vehicles at the Barcelona facility in the current fiscal year ending next month. The improved outlook for the coming year reflects strong demand for its trio of vans, ...

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