FRANKFURT, Aug 16 (Reuters) - Japan's Nissan Motor Co Ltd could merge some of its activities with sister company Renault of France, Nissan's chief operating officer said in a newspaper interview printed on Tuesday. "There won't be any merger at group level, but lots of things are conceivable at the level of subsidiaries," Toshiyuki Shiga told Germany's Boersen-Zeitung. He cited auto finance and logistics as possible areas where a combination could make sense and said a cross-border team ...
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