Renault-Nissan Navigating Rough Russian Road


By Laurence Frost and Megan Davies PARIS/MOSCOW, May 14 (Reuters) - Renault is looking closely at Western sanctions on Russia even though its carmaking alliance with Nissan appears better positioned than others to ride out the crisis over Ukraine. The European Union and the United States have already imposed economic sanctions on Russia, including some against the deputy chairman of OAO AvtoVAZ, a Russian carmaker in which Renault-Nissan has a controlling majority. The political turbulence ...


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