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French auto manufacturer enjoys success with models such as Duster and Koleos
Shifting gears away from reliance on agriculture could kick start Moroccan economy
French car maker says demand for vehicles is outpacing GCC industry average of 21%
Renault says it has sold close to 6,000 vehicles in Gulf region during first half of 2012
Analysts say volume car brands becoming more popular amid French firm's 214% Q1 growth
Investors applaud deal. But some analysts claim it shows how tough the auto market now is.
Refuses to collaborate with other teams on cost cutting measures
European car manufacturer is to restructure its GCC office ahead of regional expansion.
While French carmaker Renault is currently fighting falling sales in Europe, its Middle East operations are bucking the global trend. In a bid to become the region’s top European carmaker, its masterplan...
In a region filled with SUVs and V8-powered rear-drive coupes, the humble hot hatch might feel a little out of place. Or maybe not...
Renault’s Boullier says drivers happy to return to Gulf state, but ‘not at any price’
Renault to make operational changes in bid to drive sales growth across the region
French carmaker to build factory that will produce up to 200,000 cars a year from 2010.
Former Renault team boss says 'never say never' about his future involvement in Formula 1 racing.
ACN sat down with Graeme Hackland, IT manager for Renault Formula One during his recent visit to Dubai to discuss how IT greases the wheels of the high-octane world of racing
The IT manager of Renault F1 explains how he is managing his domain even with a significant budget cut, and advises fellow CIOs to align IT goals tightly with business requirements.
The French know a thing or two about hot hatches as Tom Bird finds with the Renault Clio 197.
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