New Renault CEO sees potential in Nissan alliance


PARIS, April 29 (Reuters) - Incoming Renault Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn pledged to increase cooperation with the French car maker's Japanese partner Nissan at a shareholder meeting on Friday. Ghosn, who already heads Nissan, which he rescued from bankruptcy in 1999, said he would develop synergies between the car makers while respecting their separate identities. "The potential for the alliance remains immense," Ghosn told Renault's annual shareholder meeting. Ghosn was due to take ...

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