Algeria says Renault revives factory talks -media


* Minister says stalled talks have been kick-started -media * Plan is for production of 75,000 cars a year by 2012 ALGIERS, Nov 25 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault is in talks to build a plant in Algeria, reviving a stalled plan to tap growing demand, local media reported an Algerian minister as saying on Thursday. Renault plans to produce 75,000 cars per year from 2012 for the north African country, Algerian Industry and Investment Promotion Minister Mohamed Benmeradi was quoted as ...

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