PARIS, May 30 (Reuters) - Carlos Ghosn, chief executive of France's Renault and Nissan of Japan, said on Friday the number of cars in use in the world could more than quadruple by 2050 and these would need to have clean engines. "By 2050, I think there will be 2.9 billion cars in the world and at least two billion of that will be in countries where there are hardly any cars at the moment," Ghosn told the Automobile Club de France, the world's oldest automobile club. There are some 650 ...
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