PARIS – Iran now is threatening to halt a second Renault SA manufacturing project, if it doesn't get its way on export demands involving 20% of the cars made there on the Renault Logan platform. Renault confirms the Ministry of Industry and Mines has said the project to make Meganes in Tehran, scheduled to begin in May, is tied to the outcome of talks on the Logan. Last May, Renault signed a contract with Pars Khodro, a subsidiary of Iran's No.2 car maker Saipa Group, to begin ...

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