Decision to make Rogue at Korean plant “win-win-win,” Ghosn says.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is investing 183 billion won ($160 million) to ready its Renault Samsung subsidiary’s Busan plant to assemble the next-generation Nissan Rogue cross/utility vehicle beginning in 2014, Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn confirms today in South Korea. Busan will build 80,000 units of the CUV annually, all of which will be exported to the U.S., a spokesman says. The move takes advantage of the factory’s extra capacity resulting from Renault Samsung’s ...
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