Renault-Nissan b.v., the management company of the Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. alliance, says it will expand its purchasing operations to encompass 70% of both companies’ operations. The move, which takes effect Jan. 1, encompasses $33 billion worth of annual purchases for the two auto makers, up from the $21.5 billion level managed before the move. Renault-Nissan says the scope of the purchasing organization now will include machinery and equipment, logistics and additional ...

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