PARIS — Renault SA by the end of the month not only will have Japan's Nissan and Infiniti brands to worry about but Romania's Dacia, as well. In late May, the Romanian government put into law the concessions on taxes and import duties that Renault had sought as an incentive to buy 51% of Dacia (see WAI — April, '99. p.1). “All the obstacles are now lifted,” Renault spokesman Francois Rouget says. “All that's left is to write the contract.” Renault will take over management immediately ...
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