(Adds details) TOKYO, May 20 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. said on Friday it will spend some 2-3 billion yen ($19-28 million) to raise its annual car output capacity in Indonesia to 40,000 units from 12,000 as early as 2008 to meet growing demand. Japan's second-largest automaker, which now makes three models at its West Java plant including the X-Trail sport utility vehicle (SUV), aims to introduce more models in the country, but nothing specific has been decided, said a company ...
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