Ford has had talks with Renault to sell Volvo-sources


NEW YORK, June 30 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co has had exploratory talks with French automaker Renault SA to sell Volvo, but the initial talks broke down due to price differences, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. The two parties have spoken again after their initial discussions, which were held last fall, the sources said. Ford has also had talks with China's third-largest automaker, Dongfeng Motor Group , as a potential partner for Volvo, one of the sources said. Ford ...

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