ANALYSIS-M&A ahead for wallflowers in Europe car shakeout


* Carmakers will look short-term to alliances, partnerships * Longer-term capacity cuts will still be needed * Renault-Nissan's Ghosn says auto M&A doesn't work By Helen Massy-Beresford, European Autos Correspondent PARIS, June 22 (Reuters) - Carmakers left on the sidelines of rapid change in Europe's auto landscape will eventually be forced into mergers and acquisitions even if they use alliances and partnerships to tackle immediate challenges. As Magna fine-tunes its Opel ...

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