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Nissan Motor's decision to manufacture the next generation of the Micra model at a Renault plant in France will not affect its Chennai operations, the Japanese car maker said.
"We can confirm that the Renault-Nissan alliance plant in Chennai will continue to produce both the current Micra model, and the next Micra from 2016," said Trevor Mann, executive vice-president and chairman of the management committee, Africa, Middle East, India and Europe of Nissan.
Additionally, consistent with Nissan's plans to introduce 10 new models in India during its mid-term business plan period, and plans beyond that, the Chennai facility will continue to run at full production capacity. "There is therefore no impact on Nissan's current and future operations in India," Mann added.