PARIS, April 24 (Reuters) - Japanese carmaker Nissan may freeze new investment at its key plant in northeast England if Britain does not opt to join the euro single currency, its Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said in a newspaper interview. Ghosn said in the interview with Les Echos financial daily, to be published on Friday, that Nissan would pour more money into its UK Sunderland plant to start building its new Almera model in two years if Britain has by then signalled it wishes to join ...
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