PARIS -- The Renault SA-Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. alliance will "work as long as the people in Renault and Nissan believe that they gain more by being together than being separate," says Louis Schweitzer, chairman of Renault since 1992 and the principal architect of the alliance. "You always have to have a situation in which people feel like winners on both sides." Today, both auto makers say they are winners. Nissan has earned record profits for three successive 6-month periods and will ...
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