Nissan to hire 400 workers at UK's biggest car plant


LONDON, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co said on Thursday it will create 400 temporary new jobs at Britain's biggest car plant to meet rising demand for its bestselling model. Japan's third-biggest carmaker said sales of its Qashqai crossover vehicle were better than expected and it will need extra staff to boost production at its factory in Sunderland, northeast England. "Qashqai continues to buck the trend of a generally depressed market," said Trevor Mann, Nissan's senior vice ...

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