Renault hits bump in flat markets

By Dan Alderson

The future of Nissan’s relationship with Renault has been in question since last year. But the likelihood of the companies parting ways has increased since Nissan’s former chairman Carlos Ghosn, who faced charges of financial crimes, fled from Japan to Lebanon in December

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