Brazil may be chosen as a key point in the new partnership between Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. as a way to utilize the industrial capacity of both companies in markets outside of Japan and Europe. Renault's factory in Curitiba, which currently produces the Megane Scenic minivan, could be used to produce Nissan vehicles for the Mercosur market, particularly small pickups. Renault, meanwhile, will have access to Nissan's plant in Mexico for the production of its vehicles. Renault ...

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