European suppliers exploit Renault-Nissan tie-up

Chew, Edmund
December 2001
Automotive News;12/17/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 5962, p20B
Trade Publication
Reports the business alliances between European and Japanese automotive companies. Details on the launching of the Nissan revival plan; Acquisition of Nissan by French carmaker, Renault; Decision of Zexel to change its corporate name to Bosch Automotive Systems.


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