SEOUL, Nov 24 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault's South Korean unit said on Thursday it aimed to increase exports next year sharply by making the most of Renault's Japanese alliance partner Nissan . Unlisted Renault Samsung Motors Inc. said in a statement it intended to sell 30,000 units of its small-sized SM3 abroad in 2006 through Nissan Motor Co., a big jump on this year's total export target of 3,500 units. The company produces two other models. Renault Samsung, which is the ...
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