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Nissan Motors donates EUR100,000 to Notre Dame, seeks to repair alliance with France

Sify Saturday, 20 April 2019
[Japan], Apr 20 (ANI): Japan-based Nissan Motors Corporation will donate 100,000 euros for the restoration of Notre-Dame de Paris, which suffered major fire damage on April 15 causing its famous
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News video: Nissan Offers $112,000 To Notre Dame Restoration

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PARIS -- Nissan Motor Co. will donate 100,000 euros ($112,000) for the rebuilding of fire-ravaged Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, a pledge that comes as the Japanese automaker seeks to repair strained relations with the French government and partner Renault SA after former Chairman Carlos Ghosn was...

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