Collaboration is denied by renault with Mitsubishi
Nissan, Renault's strategic partner, is operating with Mitsubishi on several jobs across the world, including a joint venture that makers and sells kei cars in Japan. Renault is considering ways-to benefit from its associate's close ties with Mitsubishi to be able to develop common jobs that'll reduce research and development costs.
"We are taking a look at areas of possible cooperation but nothing is determined yet, we are still investigating all of our alternatives.
Daimler and Renault have collaborated on several jobs over the past few years. In exchange, Renault will get its own variant of the third generation intelligent fortwo.
The crucial difference between Renault's planned deal with Mitsubishi and its particular tie up with Daimler is the two events won't buy a position in-one another.
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