(Adds details, background) TOLUCA, Mexico, June 24 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co expects its Mexican production to rise 20 percent this year from 2010 in what may be a record year for the Japanese automaker in the country. Nissan, the second-biggest auto maker in Mexico after General Motors , produced 506,494 autos last year. "It will be an all-time record for Nissan in Mexico ... there are countries in Latin America that are growing very strongly like Brazil," Nissan Mexico Chief ...
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