DETROIT, June 24 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. said on Monday it would boost the planned output of a Mississippi assembly plant now under construction by 150,000 vehicles to meet demand for its hot-selling Altima sedan. The $500 million plant capacity addition, which had been reported earlier this month, will bring total output of the plant in Canton, Mississippi, to 400,000 vehicles a year. Nissan had already planned to build a full-size pickup, two sport utility vehicles and a ...
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