PARIS — More than a year after Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. announced their alliance, Nissan Europe hardly has changed from the outside. Inside, a massive reorganization is taking place. Last month, the two automakers announced their plans for restructuring in Europe and an E1 billion (US$954.7 million) improvement in their bottom line between now and 2005 as a result of the strategy. The largest part of the reorganization is a plan to combine Renault and Nissan dealers in ...
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