Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. says in published reports that its forthcoming purchase of a stake in parent-company Renault SA may not amount to the 15% that the Japanese auto maker previously had named. The change is reflective of a rise in Renault’s share price but likely will not impact the deal, the terms of which stipulated that Nissan could pick up a maximum of 15%. The capital increase is planned for March 28. Renault’s setting of the capital increase for Nissan registered at E50.39 per ...
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