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Nissan denies reported plans to split with Renault

WorldNews Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Nissan denies reported plans to split with RenaultTOKYO: Nissan is "in no way" planning to end its partnership with Renault, the Japanese auto giant insisted on Tuesday (Jan 14) after a report suggested a divorce was possible in the wake of the Carlos Ghosn scandal. ......
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French carmaker Renault and Japanese partner Nissan Motor said their alliance was in no danger of being dissolved, denying a media report of a potential break-up that sent their shares skidding to multiyear lows. Ciara Lee reports.

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