PARIS, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Leading car industry executive Carlos Ghosn said he did not expect many tie-up deals in the industry until the financial environment had stabilised. The chief executive of both France's Renault and Nissan Motor Co of Japan was asked by the Les Echos weekly in an interview whether the car industry crisis would lead to new alliances among the makers. "I do not think that you will see many initiatives of that sort as long as the financial systems have not ...
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