VIENNA – Automobile Dacia SA, the Romanian car plant owned 99.3% by French auto maker Renault SA, this month phased out production of the aged Dacia Berlina sedan and Break station wagon at its plant in Mioveni, ending a production run that began in 1969. Dacia started its production activity in 1968 with the licensed assembly of the Renault 8, called the Dacia 1100 in Romania. Dacia Berlina In August 1969, licensed production of the new Renault 12 started under the name Dacia 1300. ...

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