Renault May Relocate Production To Morocco Unless Romania Stays Competitive, COO Says

10.01.2012 By Bogdan Alecu

Launched as one of the most efficient and state-of-the-art plants of the Renault-Nissan alliance early this year, the plant in Tangiers will become the main competitor of the facility in Mioveni, near Pitesti, southern Romania, once it reaches the peak capacity of 400,000 cars a year.

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