SEOUL, Nov 29 (Reuters) - French auto maker Renault SA plans to invest about 200 billion won ($191 million) to build an engine plant in South Korea, online news agency edaily reported on Monday, citing industry sources. The plant, to be built in the South Korean port city of Pusan, will produce 2.0-litre gasoline and diesel engines and have a capacity of 200,000 to 300,000 units a year, it said. Part of the engines from the plant will be exported for use by Renault and Nissan Motor , ...
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