VIENNA – The proposed alliance between General Motors Corp., Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and Renault SA could be problematic for Renault’s project to manufacture its low-cost Logan car in Iran. “A Renault, Nissan and General Motors partnership has worried Iranian industrial managers regarding the future of the Logan project in Iran,” says an Iranian news agency. When GM took over the former Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. in South Korea, it stopped shipments of Daewoo Matiz and Cielo assembly kits to ...

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