PARIS – When Renault SA begins selling its new range-topping Latitude sedan in Western Europe in January, two of the auto maker’s four most-expensive models will be South Korean imports. While that fact draws some pointed questions, it also demonstrates the French auto maker has learned what the Japanese have known and practiced for more than 20 years: When you have a good base market, you can play in niches around the world. Produced by Renault Samsung Motor Co. Ltd. and marketed as ...
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