Renault-Nissan partner with Dongfeng to make EVs in China

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 Nissan - in partnership with Renault - is making a fresh push to enter Chinese market with the help of a local carmaker | Credit: Nissan
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Nissan - in partnership with Renault - is making a fresh push to enter Chinese market with the help of a local carmaker | Credit: Nissan

New Energy Automotive Co - a new venture jointly owned by Renault-Nissan and Dongfeng - will build and sell EVs in China

The Renault-Nissan alliance has today announced plans to launch a new joint venture with carmaker Dongfeng to make and sell electric cars in China, the biggest EV market in the world. China's Dongfeng...

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