MADRID – Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. says it will build its next-generation pickup truck for the European market in Spain, now that it has secured a new labor deal with unions representing the auto maker’s Barcelona plant. Nissan in November threatened to shift the pickup program to Austria or South Africa unless a new, more competitive labor contract was reached. The new pickup will replace the current Navara in Europe, with production slated to reach 60,000 units annually. Nissan expects ...

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