By Anna Fitzpatrick, Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - French-Japanese car manufacturing company Renault-Nissan announced last week that it will be opening a second manufacturing plant in Rio de Janeiro state and expanding production at its current plant in Paraná. CEO of the company Carlos Ghosn was in Brasília earlier this month, meeting with President Dilma Rousseff to discuss plans for expansion.
Brazilian-born Ghosn is keen for the company to become a prominent player in the Brazilian market, and with the expansion he and Renault-Nissan “expect Brazil to become the number two market for Renault . . .