DETROIT — Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and alliance partner Renault SA are teaming up for a far-ranging fuel cell development joint venture, Nissan President Carlos Ghosn says. Nissan will invest ¥85 billion (US$736.8 million) in the project, which now is in its initial stages. The automakers also are in the process of hiring several hundred engineers to join the undertaking. Fuel cell collaboration is an outgrowth of Nissan's comprehensive restructuring effort, known as the Nissan Revival ...
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