MUMBAI – From production to marketing, Renault Nissan Automotive India is aggressively pursuing growth in the country. It has doubled capacity of its Indian plant to 400,000 units in two years, ahead of the earlier target of five years, and plans to double capacity again to 800,000 by 2016. The auto maker intends to field as many as 22 models across all light-vehicle segment over the next four to five years. RNAI has brought cross-badging (replacing a vehicle’s brand name ...
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