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n increased drive for innovations such as electric and fuel-cell-powered cars or even the development of connectivity between vehicle▓s."For example, In France, from as early as 2010, you'll start to see the emergence of electric-powered cars" that would be much more "reliable and modern," said the Renault-Nissan boss, addi

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    so took time to reiterate that France's

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    onsidered" to close down factories in Fran

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ar-market.""At present, sales of cars in France are doing well," said Ghosn, wondering why the company would contemp

late such a move in a market that was growing and showing a lot of positive signs.Aske

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