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Dacia To Move Part Of Sandero Production To Morocco, To Build More Dusters In Romania
13.09.2011, 18:49 | Cars | 930 views

Carmaker Automobile Dacia will move part of its Sandero model production from Mioveni, Romania to the Renault factory in Casablanca, Morocco, in order to expand production of the Duster model, said Jacques Chauvet, Renault manager for the Euromed region and Dacia chairman.

Chauvet also said the Renault factory in Tangiers will begin production of the family and commercial Dacia models next year. Most of the components for these models will be provided by Romanian suppliers.

He added that Renault has no plans at the moment to build an electric or hybrid Dacia, but did not rule out such a project in the future.

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