NEW ORLEANS – Carlos Ghosn, preparing to take the helm of Renault SA, says that doesn’t mean the French auto maker will reenter the U.S. market – at least not immediately. Calling the U.S. a “high-risk, high-reward” market, the auto executive who oversaw Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s remarkable turnaround, tells Ward’s the time is not right for Renault to sell cars in North America, although he doesn’t rule that out as an eventuality. Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn Renault pulled out of the U.S. ...
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