Nissan is increasing its role as an Australian parts manufacturer, giving its casting plant in Melbourne, Victoria, a number of exclusive global manufacturing contracts that it says eventually will produce some A$160 million ($159 million) in export revenue and support about 145 existing jobs. Nissan Australia has secured three parts-manufacturing contracts with the support of the federal Green Car Innovation Fund, as well as monies from the Victorian government’s Business Assistance ...
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