BEIJING, May 28 (Reuters) - Nissan said on Monday it will start making its premier brand Infiniti cars at a 2-billion-yuan ($315 million) plant in the central Chinese province of Hubei starting in 2014. The plant, located in Xianyan city in Hubei, will have an initial annual capacity of 130,000 units, rising to 250,000 units eventually, the company said in a statement. The plant currently produces Teana and Murano vehicles. Nissan, the largest Japanese automaker in China, makes Nissan cars ...
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