Renault SA says its South Korean unit, Renault-Samsung Motors Inc., will break even this year, two years early. The French auto maker reportedly will invest 120 billion won ($100 million) a year for the next three years in the unit. A third model is in the works and Renault is considering a fourth. Renault owns a controlling 70.1% stake in the Samsung Group and invested 615 billion won ($510 million) when it took over the automotive operations in 2000.
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