A senior Communist official reportedly is telling the Chinese government to stay away from trying to pick the location of a future Renault SA plant slated to open in 2006. Renault has expressed interest in building a plant in the flourishing city of Guangdong, which is the capital of Guangzhou province and home to joint ventures operated by the top Japanese auto makers, including Renault affiliate Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.(See related story: Renault, Dongfeng Announce Joint Production) ...

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