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09 11 2018 02

PARIS -- Renault will build new Nissan and Mitsubishi vans at two of its plants in France, raising investment in the country as it explores closer integration of the three-way car-making alliance.

The announcement "underlines the importance of France for the alliance," Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi said in a statement on Thursday.

Renault will build a new Nissan NV250 delivery van at its Maubeuge factory on an architecture shared with its own Kangoo model that includes an electric version. A larger Mitsubishi van will also be produced in Sandouville, alongside Renault's Trafic.

France was chosen for the vans investment because the Maubeuge and Sandouville factories "offered the most attractive solution, thanks to their competitiveness," Renault CEO Carlos Ghosn said. "Within the alliance, Renault Group's global expertise in light commercial vehicles generates synergies that benefit all of our customers," he said.

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