PARIS – Renault’s decision to sell Dacias in the U.K. and Ireland, now that it is building right-hand-drive versions of the Dacia Duster in India, is fusing more of its logistical activities with Alliance partner Nissan. Renault now is selling the Duster, imported from Chennai, India, and the Dacia Sandero, imported from Romania, in right-drive markets. The French auto maker had planned to use the Port of Teesport for the Dacia imports, which it had used for some other ...
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