Nissan to add 496 mln euros to Renault H2 earnings


PARIS, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Renault said on Thursday that Japanese partner Nissan 's fiscal first half earnings would contribute 496 million euros ($627.8 million) to the French carmaker's second half earnings. Nissan, which is 44 percent-owned by Renault, posted on Thursday a smaller-than-expected 4.9 percent drop in quarterly operating profit on as an ageing product line hit global sales.

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