The Japanese and French economy ministers concurred Monday to help the union between Nissan Motor Co. also, Renault SA in its offer to upgrade aggressiveness in the automobile business quickly moving to energized and self-driving vehicles, the Japanese service said.

The phone talks between Hiroshige Seko and his French partner Bruno Le Maire came as the significant auto coalition accomplices are exploring their capital relationship after the capture of previous Nissan and Renault Chairman Carlos Ghosn last November for supposed monetary unfortunate behavior.

In their joint public statement, the two ministers said they will bolster the two organizations' dialog and their bound together will to keep up and fortify their helpful relationship.

The French government is the biggest investor in Renault, which has a 43.4 percent stake in the Japanese automaker. Nissan holds a 15 percent non-casting a ballot stake in the French friend, a capital structure seen by Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa as uneven.

A reminder of collaboration marked by the two governments said they "chose to set up a strategy discourse planned for sharing data, supporting huge changes of the earth of the car business."

They will share data in regards to self-ruling vehicles and car batteries and trade sees toward growing the utilization of electric vehicles and hydrogen-controlled power module vehicles.

The phone talks followed up on the past gathering among Seko and Le Maire on June 10 in Japan, where they affirmed their help for the Nissan-Renault collusion.