The European Commission has given its approval for the Spanish government to provide €22 million ($20.6 million) in aid for Renault SA’s investment in its Valladolid, Spain, engine plant. Renault's Valladolid, Spain engine plant. Renault plans to invest a total of € 149 million ($139.5 million) at the facility before 2004 in order to boost output of diesel and gasoline engines by 1,200 units per day. The Commission launched an investigation into the aid package in November ...
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