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Nissan opens its second manufacturing facility in Indonesia, boosting its production capacity in the Southeast Asian country from 100,000 units a year to 250,000. The ¥33 billion ($324.7 million) plant in Purwakarta, 60 miles (95 km) southeast of Jakarta, is seen as a significant step forward for Nissan’s plans to become a leading brand in the country. Initial production at the 645,834-sq.-ft. (60,000-sq. m) facility that includes body assembly, paint, trim and chassis operations, ...
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