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Cars Geographical reorganization of the Renault-Nissan Alliance to boost competitiveness

04:43  29 may  2020
04:43  29 may  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

Nissan gives Sunderland plant £400m boost to build new Qashqai

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AUTOS-NISSAN-RENAULT-ALLIANCE: Geographic reorganization of the Renault-Nissan Alliance to boost competitiveness

RÉORGANISATION GÉOGRAPHIQUE DE L'ALLIANCE RENAULT-NISSAN POUR DOPER LA COMPÉTITIVITÉ © Reuters / AMIR COHEN GEOGRAPHIC REORGANIZATION OF THE RENAULT ALLIANCE -NISSAN TO BOOST

PARIS COMPETITIVENESS (Reuters) - The Alliance between Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi, whose difficulties have increased with the health crisis linked to the coronavirus, presented on Wednesday a new strategy "aimed at improving competitiveness and profitability of the three companies. "

In this new model, "each member will become a referent in the regions where they have the best strategic assets and will act as a facilitator and support for the competitiveness of others", explains the Alliance in a press release.

(Paris office)

Renault F1 team to bring triple-upgrade package for Austrian GP .
Renault is set to bring planned upgrades from three cancelled races to next week's Formula 1 season-opener in Austria in a bid to boost the performance of its car .Renault had planned an aggressive approach to updates for its R.S.20 car through 2020, only for the COVID-19 pandemic to result in a delay to the start of the season.But the team continued to work on the developments it had planned to bring to races in Vietnam, the Netherlands and Spain, all of which will be combined and put on the car for next week's Austrian Grand Prix.

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