DETROIT — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and parent-company Renault SA team up for a far-ranging fuel cell development joint venture, says Nissan President Carlos Ghosn. Nissan will invest more than $700 million in the fuel cell-development project, which now is in its initial stages. The automakers are in the process of hiring several hundred engineers from all over the world to work on fuel-cell development. Whether the workers will be allocated to Paris, Japan or a completely different ...

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