VIENNA – A delegation of executives from Renault SA and alliance-partners Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and OAO AvtoVAZ visited Russia’s Far East in search of an assembly plant site this week. Negotiations were led by Bruno Ancelin, Renault-Nissan director of global sourcing and Renault’s managing director for Russia and leader of the Eurasia Region, and Sergey Darkin, governor of the province of Primorye. The province is offering Renault-Nissan-AvtoVAZ several existing industrial sites. The ...
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