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PSA Group Creates Joint Venture With Japan’s Nidec Corp, To Invest €200 Million To Bring Electric Drivetrain/Motor Development & Production Back To France

PSA Group has established a new joint venture with the Japan-based firm Nidec Corp that will be focused on bringing electric drivetrain (motor) development and production back to France
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