PARIS – Renault SA will take control of a small factory in Morocco and build what is thought to be a sedan version of its hatchback X90 project, the much-discussed €5,000 ($5,647) car. In a statement announcing the memorandum of understanding signed with the government of Morocco, Renault calls the vehicle by its codename, the L90, and says it is "an economical family car aimed at the Moroccan market and some export markets in the region." The car will be branded Dacia. ...

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