Investors have been waiting since last spring for France-based Renault SA to complete its market triumvirate by formalizing a tie up with partly owned Nissan Diesel Motor Co. Ltd. — and they may have to wait a lot longer even though fiscal plans became public last week. Renault, which has owned U.S.-based Mack Trucks Inc. since 1990, spent $5.4 billion in April to acquire a 22.5% stake in Nissan Diesel and a 36.8% stake in the Japanese truck maker's parent, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. “Right ...
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