Emerging Markets

28
JUL
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Nissan delivers the first LEAF sold in Mexico

Nissan delivers the first LEAF sold in Mexico

Nissan has made history once again with the delivery of the first Nissan LEAF sold in Mexico. The pre-sale of the first all-electric vehicle comprehensively marketed in the country ended successfully with the arrival of LEAF at certified dealerships and the first delivery of this innovative vehicle.

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17
APR
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Renault announces new investments in Brazil

Renault announces new investments in Brazil

Renault Group Chairman and Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn today announced a new investment cycle in Brazil in the amount of R$ 500 million over the 2014-2019 period. This investment will be channeled into the development of two new cars at Renault’s plant in Curitiba.

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16
APR
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Nissan inaugurates automotive complex in Brazil

Nissan inaugurates automotive complex in Brazil

Nissan has officially opened its R $2.6 billion (USD $1.5 billion) industrial complex in Resende, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, marking one of the largest automotive investments by any manufacturer in the country. This investment is part of an effort to achieve 5 percent market share and to become the number one Japanese automotive brand in Brazil.

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14
MAR
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Datsun is back! Deliveries to Indian customers begin next week

Datsun is back! Deliveries to Indian customers begin next week
On March 19, the first Datsun cars sold in the 21st century will be delivered to customers in India. This fulfills a promise made two years ago by Nissan to bring back the marque that made car ownership mainstream in Japan and numerous other countries, and now returns as the brand of choice for the risers in today's high-growth markets.
 
Indian customers will be taking to the roads in their new Datsun GO exactly one hundred years from the launch of the first ever DAT car in Japan. Over that century, Datsun went on to sell more than 20 million vehicles in 190 countries.
 
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28
JAN
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Renault's Stoll on high-potential markets and driverless cars

Renault's Stoll on high-potential markets and driverless cars
Renault's Chief Performance Officer Jérôme Stoll on self-driving cars, 'smart' roads and the need to keep the customer front-of-mind. Plus, why he's excited about Kazakhstan and Nigeria as potential high-growth markets for the automotive industry. Watch here, for more.
 
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MIT's Pentland: Connected cars will create a more convenient world

Professor Alex 'Sandy' Pentland of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology says connected cars will create a more convenient world by helping to reduce commuting time, including time spent searching for a parking space in big cities. Watch this video for more.

 

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Social physics: how big data and on-demand transportation can revolutionize society

Alex ‘Sandy’ Pentland, director of the Human Dynamics Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), is introducing his new book, ‘Social Physics: How Good Ideas Spread – the Lessons from a New Science’ here at Davos this week.

MIT ‘big data’ guru and Nissan Advisory Board member, Pentland stopped by at the Nissan LEAF-powered Renault-Nissan Alliance Cocoa Hut to answer a few questions about his vision for the future of connected electric vehicles, autonomous driving and his ‘wish list’ for social mobility.

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IFC, Renault-Nissan alliance support Russian auto parts makers, promoting economic growth

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and the Renault-Nissan Alliance are joining forces to provide advice and technical support to auto parts makers in Russia, part of an effort to foster economic growth across the country.

IFC and Renault-Nissan will help suppliers improve their corporate governance, modernize their production facilities, and conserve resources. That will help parts makers meet international manufacturing standards and ensure their businesses remain sustainable over the long term. It will also support economic diversification in Russia; parts makers are important sources of jobs and many operate in the country’s more remote regions.
 
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01
OCT
2013
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Nissan secures new production licence in Myanmar

Nissan secures new production licence in Myanmar
Nissan has become the first global vehicle manufacturer to win a production licence in Myanmar since the market reopened in 2011.  This milestone event will help Nissan further its objective of providing "mobility for all" around the planet – and will be complemented by a number of CSR projects to enrich the lives of people in Myanmar.
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Renault "J" five-speed manual gearbox a win-win for Renault and Nissan
The “J” gearbox is Renault’s best-selling manual gearbox and is another example of how the Alliance benefits both Renault and Nissan.
 
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