(Adds more on newspaper report, background) PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - The heads of French car maker Renault and U.S. auto giant General Motors Corp. will meet in Paris on Wednesday amid a report talks on a mooted alliance could be in trouble. A Renault spokeswoman declined to comment on the subject of the meeting or specify when exactly it would take place. The French capital hosts its biennial international auto show on Thursday. The two companies have given small teams of executives ...
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