PARIS – In European automotive circles, the only talk this week is Carlos Ghosn's consideration of a proposal by billionaire General Motors Corp. stakeholder Kirk Kerkorian for the Renault Nissan Alliance to take a minority stake in the No.1 U.S. auto maker. Kerkorian’s Tracinda Corp. owns 56 million shares in GM, or 9.9% of its outstanding stock. The suggested mega alliance between Renault SA, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and GM is the renaissance of Juergen Schrempp's dream at DaimlerChrysler ...
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