GENEVA – A Renault SA executive confirms the French auto maker is considering assembling cars in Algeria. “It’s true that we are discussing, but nothing has been signed,” says Jacques Chauvet, senior vice president and leader of Renault’s Euromed management committee, which includes operations in Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey and North Africa. “In Algeria, we are considering assembling cars for the local market, not for export, and it is rather a smaller-scale (project) so far,” he tells ...

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