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Nissan-Renault alliance

China's Geely won't join Renault's EV company, says French carmaker

Renault to keep Chinese ties separate from alliance with Nissan

Chinese automaker Geely Automobile Holdings will invest in a combustion-engine venture with Renault but will not join the French automakers electric-vehicle unit Ampere.   © Reuters

HONG KONG -- Chinese automaker Geely Automobile Holdings will not join Renault's new electric-vehicle division, Renault's CEO said Monday after his company and Nissan Motor announced a reset of their alliance.

"We are not planning to let Geely enter into Ampere," Luca de Meo said, referring to the new unit for Renault's EV technology and software.

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