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Details of the talks remain hidden but people close to the company said the idea is for the two companies to become a single corporation.
Currently, Renault owns 43 percent of Nissan while Japanese company Nissan owns 15 percent stake in the French carmaker. Together the two carmakers have produced more electric vehicles than any other manufacturer and the merger could be a way to secure more strength in a growing market.
Early reports suggest a situation where Nissan would give Renault shareholders stock in the new company. Nissan shareholders would receive shares in the newly merged organization in exchange for their holdings.
Both companies would keep their headquarters in Japan and France. They own 15 percent of Renault and may not want to release the control it has over such a major car maker for the region.
The Japanese government would reportedly also have to approve the deal, with each government likely wanting the main HQ to remain inside their own territory.
Neither car-maker has made any official comments on the rumored deal and the talks may continue for several more months. Nissan keen to level the field While both companies continue to say that the rumors of the negotiation are pure speculation, Reuters did report earlier this month that Nissan was in talks with the French government to buy their stake in Renault.
To add to the complexity of the matter Mitsubishi Motors - which Nissan is a major stakeholder in - will join Renault and Nissan in a shared parts-purchasing organization.
Mitsubishi was already aligned with the other two car makers in a deal that stretches back to Advertisement Merger strengthens EV market Nissan is currently the world's largest electric vehicle EV manufacturerwith global sales of more thanall-electric vehicles as of mid-December Lessons1 The Renault-Nissan negotiation stands out in many ways.
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Mar 29, · Watch video · Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co. are in talks to merge, seeking to solidify their two-decade-old alliance under a single stock as an unprecedented shift toward electric and shared cars transforms. Nissan and Renault are reportedly in merger talks and may start trading as a single stock.
Details of the talks remain hidden but people close to the company said the idea is for the two companies. Renault currently owns 43 percent of Nissan while the Japanese carmaker has a 15 percent stake in its French counterpart.
Carlos Ghosn, the chairman of both companies, is driving the negotiations and would run the combined entity, the people said.