PARIS – Renault SA will install production capacity in China before 2010, and the brand probably will return to the U.S. sometime after that. "Clearly, between now and 2010, Renault will be present in China as a manufacturer of passenger cars and, perhaps, of utility vehicles," says Renault Chairman and CEO Louis Schweitzer in an interview on Europe 1 radio. "We imagine that we will rely on Nissan." Any return to the U.S. also would rely on Nissan, which has two U.S. manufacturing ...
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