VIENNA – Nissan will invest €167 million ($207 million) to double capacity at its Nissan Mfg. Rus plant in St. Petersburg, Russia, to 100,000 units in the 2014 fiscal year. While the Japanese auto maker will continue building higher-positioned models in St. Petersburg, it will use the capacities of its strategic partner AvtoVAZ to manufacture less-expensive models as well. Nissan will add 538,000 sq.-ft. (50,000 sq.-m) of production space, including press and plastics shops, ...

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