MADRID — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.'s plan to build a new model in Spain will create 800 jobs at the automaker and 1,200 more at companies supplying parts for the vehicle. Some 800 people will be hired at Nissan Motor Iberica SA (NMISA) and Nissan's Cuatro Vientos engine plant by the time the new Almera Tino multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) enters production this month. The 73 suppliers in Spain and 127 across Europe will create the further jobs. The Almera Tino will be the fifth vehicle built at ...

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