Chairman Louis Schweitzer says Renault SA vehicles once again may be available to U.S. motorists — but this time with Nissan badges. “Why not?” the French executive replies when asked whether the company would once again export to the U.S. The Renault boss and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. President and Chief Executive Yoshikazu Hanawa held a press conference in New York last week to explain the ramifications of Renault's recent $5.4 billion investment in the Japanese carmaker. Mr. Schweitzer ...

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