PARIS, May 21 (Reuters) - Carmaker Renault said on Wednesday that its Japanese partner Nissan would contribute 859 million euros to the French firm's first-half net results. Renault had previously estimated that Nissan, in which it holds a 44.4 percent stake, would contribute around 750 million euros to its first-half earnings. The statement came after Nissan on Wednesday confirmed results for the business year ended March 31 that showed a 51 percent surge in operating profit and 33 ...
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