WUHAN — Renault SA, which recently took controlling interest in Japan's Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., says it plans to concentrate on producing special-purpose cars in China. The French automaker believes there is a big potential for specialized vehicles and has developed 19 varieties for the China market. They include ambulances, cash-security vans, police cars, post office vehicles and container trucks. A spokesman says in a published report that the company will accelerate the development ...

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