(Adds details, more comment from paragraph 3.) PARIS, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Renault Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said negotiators were trying to resolve differences in auto alliance talks between the French automaker, Japan's Nissan and General Motors . "We try to be discreet about our alliance talks. The teams are at work," Ghosn told reporters during the Paris car show on Thursday. "There are significant synergies, and we try to bridge as far as possible the positions of the teams, and ...
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