Dacia shareholders reject Renault merger BUCHAREST, Romania — Shareholders in Romania's automaker Automobile Dacia SA reject a proposal by minority stakeholders for a full merger with Renault SA, which holds a 92.7% stake in the company. A Renault spokesman reportedly says the proposal and outcome are meaningless and that Renault plans to proceed with its long-term plans for Dacia to become an export powerhouse and its No.2 brand. VW to cut output MADRID — Volkswagen AG says it won't ...

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