Carlos Ghosn, chairman of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, will confirm Friday that Nissan plans to allocate production of some of its vehicles to the Renault Samsung plant in Busan, Korea. The move is designed to take advantage of excess plant capacity that has resulted from several months of declining sales. Renault Samsung spokesmen decline to comment on the venture until it is announced by Ghosn during a Friday morning news conference in Korea and an official news release is ...
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