Renault SA says that Japanese auto maker Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., in which it holds a 44.4% share, will contribute E425 million ($398.5 million) to its first half profits. Nissan previously announced record earnings for the year ended March 31, and a 68.5% rise in consolidated operating profit to $3.89 billion. Renault is slated to release its first-half results on July 25.

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