PARIS – Decentralization is the key to Renault SA’s plan to enter 13 new segments by the end of 2009 and increase its volume by 800,000 units. Carlos Ghosn, in his first public announcement since taking over as Renault chairman 10 months ago, says the auto maker will increase the engineering capability at its operations in Brazil and its subsidiaries in South Korea and Romania so it can launch more vehicles adapted to the local markets and for export. “With regional management,” Ghosn ...
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