Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. reportedly will change the boundaries of its plant site in Canton, MS, after the state failed to acquire 27 acres (10.9 ha) of land from two property owners. The state, which said it would acquire all land as part of an incentive package, planned to go to the state’s Supreme Court using the argument of eminent domain to round out the 1,400 acre (566.5 ha) parcel. The lawsuits against the two landowners now have been withdrawn. Nissan plans to engineer around the ...
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