AUTOSHOW-Ghosn's three-headed giant doesn't scare carmakers


By Michael Shields, European Auto Correspondent PARIS, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Prospects that Carlos Ghosn could link his Renault/Nissan alliance with a major U.S. partner to form a carmaking juggernaut failed to strike fear into the hearts of rival automakers at the Paris car show this week. Whether or not they actually believed a three-way tieup between France's Renault , Japan's Nissan and General Motors would change the face of the industry, they put on a brave face about the possible ...

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