* St Petersburg plant to suspendpause operation for 5 days * Engine delivery interrupted after Japanese March quake MOSCOW, May 27 (Reuters) - Japanese car maker Nissan will suspend operations for five days at its plant in St Petersburg, Russia's second-largest city, due to delays in engine deliveries from the Japanese plant hit by the March earthquake, the company said on Friday. "This is a planned suspension of production, linked to the interrupted delivery of the 16-cylinder engines ...
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