Renault


Nissan contributed an at-equity loss to Renault’s Q1 earnings

15/05/19 -"During the years from 2013 to 2018, Nissan’s at-equity profit contribution was at least €1.5bn and it culminated in a contribution of €2.8bn in 2017. All of this has gone, most probably as a result ..."

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