FRANKFURT, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Renault and Nissan are making progress in talks with General Motors Corp. GM.N> about forming a three-way alliance but the outcome is still open, Carlos Ghosn said in a newspaper interview. "The ambience and the spirit of the work are fairly good. It's open. They are working together, spending a lot of time," Ghosn, who is chief executive of both Renault and Nissan, told Automotive News of the teams working on a potential tie-up. "They really have a lot ...
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