Renault-Nissan-GM talks continue despite GM-Ford discussions
Meanwhile, The Detroit News reported Thursday that the GM-Renault-Nissan talks are bogging down over disagreements on parts purchasing - an area where Ghosn believes an alliance of the automakers could save up to $5 billion a year. While the Renault-Nissan team wants to look at the full spectrum of purchasing costs across all three companies, reportedly the GM team wants to limit the investigation to only a few vehicles and a small number of parts.
[Sources: Automotive News (registration required), The Detroit News]
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