PARIS – The end of the crisis for Renault SA will come when the financial markets normalize – and only then will the auto maker consider new partnerships or acquisitions, CEO Carlos Ghosn says. In the meantime, Renault will concentrate on achieving a positive cash flow in 2009. “It is the first time Renault has ever operated based on cash,” Chief Operating Officer Patrick Pelata says at a roundtable discussion following the release of the auto maker’s 2008 financial results. Renault ...

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