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Sarkozy’s Renault Clio Plan Enrages Media

After Much Posing, Renault Concedes Little; Investors Sanguine Insistence On Strategic Committee Involvement Might Mean Trouble French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s decision to flex his muscles with Renault had newspaper editorialists snorting with anger, but investors seemed to shrug their shoulders and concentrate on their forecasts, which seemed to agree that the company’s future was more […]

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Investors Scramble To Raise Renault Profit Estimates

Renault Expected To Benefit From Nissan’s U.S. Rally Talks With Daimler Promise Salvation To Structural Problems Investors are getting excited about Renault’s prospects, for the first time for a long time, as estimates of losses for 2009 are slashed, and profit projections for the future are boosted by improved prospects from alliance partner Nissan. News […]

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Detroit Show Atmosphere Restrained Under Bankruptcy Shadow

“Electric Avenue” Shows Preoccupation With Battery Power Ford Unveils New Focus, Honda Introduces Zippy Little Hybrid With two of the former Big Three U.S. manufacturers GM and Chrysler emerging a little sheepishly from bankruptcy, the mood at the 2010 Detroit Car Show is understandably understated. Ford, which to its credit managed to avoid carrying its […]

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