(Recasts with Ghosn comments, more details) By Yoo Choonsik SEOUL, Nov 24 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault unveiled plans on Thursday to expand its South Korean unit, including a rapid increase in exports from next year and developing a sport utility vehicle by late 2007. Renault President Carlos Ghosn, also the head of the French firm's Japanese alliance partner Nissan Motor Co. , told a news conference Renault Samsung Motors Inc. (RSM) aimed to sell 30,000 units of its small-sized ...
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