DETROIT, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co plans to cut 110 white-collar jobs and will close a Detroit-area design studio, the automaker said on Tuesday. The Japanese automaker also said it would close four regional sales offices in the United States and consolidate its U.S. design operations at an existing studio in San Diego. The Nissan sales offices to be closed are in Herndon, Virginia; Pleasanton, California; Aurora, Illinois; and Atlanta. Nissan's design studio in Farmington ...
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