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Thu, Sep 18 2014

French group develops mass electric car charging stations

* Salvaged Renault car batteries assembled for power storage

UPDATE 1-Volvo Aug truck shipments lag as Europe, Brazil weigh

* Volvo deliveries down 8 pct y/y vs forecast 1.5 pct fall

Exclusive: Nissan faces battery plant cuts as electric car hopes fade

PARIS - Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn is preparing to cut battery manufacturing, people familiar with the matter said, in a new reversal on electric cars that has re-opened deep divisions with alliance partner Renault .

BRIEF-Renault sees 2015 Europe auto market growth similar to 2014

* Sees 2015 European auto market growth similar to the 3 percent expected in 2014 Further company coverage:

Renault plans to build Fluence electric car for Chinese brand

NANTES, France, Sept 15 - Renault plans to build its Fluence electric car in China and is discussing the proposal with Chinese authorities, Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Swiss private bank Julius Baer sponsors first all-electric ePrix

* First Formula E race takes place in Beijing on Saturday (Adds comment from industry expert)

Daimler says ready to discuss more cooperation with Aston Martin

AFFALTERBACH Germany - Daimler is "fundamentally open" to talks on deeper cooperation with Aston Martin's new chief executive, the head of the German luxury carmaker Dieter Zetsche said on Tuesday.

CORRECTED-AvtoVAZ mulls in-house production to halt parts monopolies, graft

(Corrects spelling of adviser's first name in 15th paragraph to Fujio from Fujui)

AvtoVAZ mulls in-house production to halt parts monopolies, graft

TOGLIATTI, Russia, Aug 29 - AvtoVAZ, the Russian carmaker controlled by Renault-Nissan, may bring some parts production in-house as it struggles to get more competitive pricing and stamp out corruption in its local supply chain, senior executives said.

Renault could turn Russia crisis to its advantage

* No plans to review, postpone vehicle development in Russia

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