NASHVILLE, Tennessee, U.S.A. — Nissan North America Inc. officials are clearly embarrassed when a shuttle bus, hired to transport members of the automotive press from Nashville to Nissan's Smyrna plant 113 km (70 miles) away, turns out to be a stretch limousine. The transportation company has clearly erred, they explain, and will receive a stern talking to. Opulence is not the image Nissan wants to portray right now, neither to the media nor to the 6,000 workers at the award-winning ...
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