MUMBAI, Aug 1 (Reuters) - Renault said it has not held talks with India's Bajaj Auto to partner on a $1 billion manufacturing alliance with Nissan Motor Co to make cars and powertrains in a new plant near Chennai. A report in the Economic Times on Thursday had said Renault and Nissan, which are also developing a $2,500 car with Bajaj, were in talks to rope in the Indian motorbike maker for the Chennai project to make 400,000 cars and powertrains from 2010. Renault late on Thursday said ...
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