PARIS, June 23 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault would be interested in buying Ford's Volvo unit if the price was right and it were up for sale but the companies have not discussed this, Chairman Louis Schweitzer said on Monday. Schweitzer told reporters at an industry conference he did not think Ford was interested in selling Volvo and that Renault had not held talks with Ford over such a sale. But while he stressed it was a hypothetical question, Schweitzer said Renault had shown an ...
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