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Renault India sales volume hit by slowdown

Renault India Country CEO and MD Venkatram Mamillapalle also said that the company would focus on the rural segment of the country and increase the dealership network in small towns and villages.

Explained: Renault-Nissan alliance at a crossroad, what next

The monumental task of adapting to an industry that is embracing electrification and self-driving vehicles also adds pressure on Nissan and Renault to merge.

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Renault and Fiat shares skid after $35 billion merger deal collapses

"With FCA pulling its merger offer, one has to wonder how much the French state is set on limiting Renault’s strategic and valuation opportunities despite having only a 15% stake," analysts at brokerage Jefferies wrote in a note.

Explained: The road to Fiat Chrysler, Renault merger talks

The alliance between Fiat Chrysler and Renault could become the world's No.1 carmaker with 13.8 million in annual sales. It would also maintain a foothold in China, where both Fiat Chrysler and Renault are marginal players.

Fiat Chrysler confirms merger talks with Renault

Fiat said the combined business would be 50% owned by FCA shareholders and 50% owned by those of Renault.

Hit with arrest of former chairman Carlos Ghosn, Nissan profit nose-dives

Yokohama-based Nissan said profit for the fiscal year through March 2020 will drop to 170 billion yen ($1.5 billion), as restructuring and product development expenses combined with currency-related losses and rising material costs slam earnings.

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Lawyer says he was behind Carlos Ghosn's 'disguise' during release

Many had been baffled by why Cralos Ghosn was wearing a blue cap, surgical mask and a construction worker's outfit when he was released Wednesday.

Nissan CEO eyes first talks with new Renault chairman on Thursday: report

"I want to use the opportunity as much as possible to talk with him," Saikawa told reporters on Wednesday in footage aired on the Japanese public broadcaster.

Carlos Ghosn offers to leave Renault as it tries to heal rift with Nissan

Renault installed temporary leadership but kept Ghosn officially at the helm even as Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors fired him as chairman.

Renault keeps Carlos Ghosn as CEO despite arrest in Japan

Renault's board of directors announced late Tuesday that the No. 2 at the company, Chief Operating Officer Thierry Bollore, would temporarily fill in for Ghosn.

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