Renault may boost its stake in Nissan to 44.4% TOKYO — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. may be looking forward to an even larger boost from its parent company, Renault SA. Renault, which currently owns 37% of the Japanese automaker, says that it is considering taking advantage of share prices by boosting its stake to 44.4%, in phases through 2004. “Under the present circumstances, it would be stupid not to do it,” says Renault Chairman Louis Schweitzer in published reports. Current agreements allow ...

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