PARIS, June 27 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault said on Friday it was planning to set up a joint spare parts warehouse with its Japanese partner Nissan in Hungary by the end of 2004. Renault said in a statement the warehouse was being built in Gyor, Hungary and would deliver parts for Renault to Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia, and for Nissan to Austria, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia. The warehouse would meet buoyant demand for cars and parts in the region and that ...
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