BUCHAREST — Renault SA has finalized the purchase of 51% of the Romanian car maker Automobile Dacia SA. But another Romanian automaker, Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd., says incentives received by the French automaker are unfair. Renault paid US$50 million for its stake in Dacia and plans to invest a further US$219.7 million during the next five years. Renault also will invest US$68.4 million to increase Dacia capital in two stages. Renault plans to modernize the Renault-based Dacia 1310 and the ...

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