MUMBAI – Officially no one is commenting about local news reports Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. is looking to abandon plans to build a new $1 billion joint-venture assembly plant with Renault SA/Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. And few appear to believe a more quiet explanation from a Mahindra spokesman claiming detailed studies on the feasibility of the JV plant show a lack of synergy between Mahindra and Renault-Nissan’s vehicle platforms, parts and strategies. Reports surfaced in the last few ...

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