PARIS – When it comes to technologies that will be needed in the future, Renault SA's research director prefers working with American suppliers, such as Delphi Corp. and Visteon Corp., rather than European companies. "Americans like Delphi come here to win customers," Pierre Beuzit says at an industry conference sponsored by L'Usine Nouvelle. "They ask, 'What do you want to do with energy in 10 years?' And they adapt to our strategy." Renault exec favors U.S. suppliers for technologies ...
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