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It can accommodate 200 personnel per day
It looks like the Philippines is already reaping the fruits of Nissan and Mitsubishi's relatively newfound synergy.Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi has officially opened a new joint staff training center in Laguna, as part of the automotive alliance's push to work
Let's wish him luck
It looks like there's no stopping Filipino race car driver Daniel Miranda-at least not anytime soon.Fresh off being crowned overall champion in last year's Toyota Vios Cup, the 21-year-old Cebuano will be making his Asian Formula
The French are already using this
The Ford Everest is one of the most popular midsize SUVs on the road today. But while many of us may be familiar with its civilian life, this SUV has another side not many of us know about. For decades the French
Will this give it a fighting chance?
It's official: McLaren has ditched Honda engines in F1. Replacing the Japanese maker-whose powertrains have been somewhat problematic for McLaren and its increasingly frustrated lead driver, Fernando Alonso, is Renault. A company who Alonso twice won the F1 world championship 
Quicker, safer, more entertaining
For this year's Shanghai Motor Show, Renault has looked into its crystal ball. Not to try and predict this week's lottery numbers, but to give us a glimpse at what it thinks F1 cars will look like in 2027. And,
A look at how the synergy will work
Last week, the automotive industry was rocked by news that Nissan Motor Company would buy a third of Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, which is essentially a controlling stake. Mitsubishi has been plagued by admissions of rigging fuel economy tests of models for the
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