Renault may start building Nissans in France-paper


FRANKFURT, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Renault SA may start building cars for Japan's Nissan Motor Co in France as soon as 2007 as the alliance partners aim to cut costs through closer cooperation, an industry paper reported on Monday. The first such move could be to produce the replacement for the Primera car at Renault's Sandouville plant, using the same platform as the French carmaker's Laguna model, Automotive News Europe said in its online edition, citing a top Nissan executive. The Primera ...

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