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Vehicle Scrappage Policy To Help Usher In Greater Investments Into Auto Industry: Renault

'The framework will augur greater investments and significantly prune the raw material cost and will support refurbishment of sheet metal recycling,' Renault India Operations Country CEO and Managing Director Venkatram Mamillapalle said in a statement.

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Renault, Kia Hail Vehicle Scrappage Policy, Term It Game Changer For Auto Industry

'The new policy was an imperative, long-awaited and will support the automobile industry and the ancillary support industry creating a win-win for all.

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Global EV Sales To Rocket Post-Covid

EV sales will keep growing through the decade. Canalys forecasts that EVs will represent 48 per cent of all new cars sold in 2030

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Renault Joins Hands With CERO Recycling For Vehicle Scrapping

Mahindra Intertrade Managing Director Sumit Issar said it has set up dismantling centres at Greater Noida, Pune and Chennai and collection centres in major cities such as Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Chandigarh.

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Renault Flags Difficult Year After Record $9.7 Billion Loss

Carmakers all endured a tough 2020 but a rebound in premium car sales in China towards the end of the year helped companies such as Volkswagen and Daimler to weather the storm.

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Renault Hikes Cost Savings Goal, Eyes Margin Growth

Renault said it was targeting a 5% group operating margin by 2025. It has yet to publish margins for 2020, though following the COVID-19 pandemic which disrupted operations, they are likely to be lower than the 4.8% hit in 2019.

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Renault And Plug Powe To Develop Fuel-Cell Commercial Vehicles

The news sent shares in Plug Power up by about 16% to a multi-year high of $62.65. The stock traded at little more than $3 at the end of 2019. Renault shares rose just over 2%.

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Renault Sales Fell 21.3% In 2020, Focus On Profitability In 2021

The drop in sales outstripped the 14.2% fall in sales for all producers globally last year.

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Fernando Alonso to drive 2020 Renault at end-of-season Abu Dhabi test

Fernando Alonso to drive 2020 Renault at end-of-season Abu Dhabi test

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Renault Kiger To Be Launched In India Soon

Renault KIGER brings latest tech features to the CMFA+ platform that laid the foundation for the success of TRIBER with better roominess, cabin storage, and cargo space.

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Renault Takes On 'Range Anxiety' In Electric Sales Push. But It's A Long Road

The revamped model, which has accounted for a third of Tomlin's sales for a couple of months this year, has a range of 400 km (249-mile). By contrast the previous model, which drew much lower sales, offered 300 km when fully charged.

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European Recovery Helps Mitigate Sales Fall At France's Renault

The carmaker was already struggling more than some rivals with falling sales before the coronavirus crisis hit, while trying to patch up a rocky relationship with its Japanese partner Nissan.

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Main Renault Unions To Reject Cost-Cutting Plans

Loss-making Renault, which is 15% owned by the French government, has outlined 2 billion euros ($2.34 billion) in savings, including via job cuts and by reorganising its factories, to restore profitability.

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Renault's De Meo Says More Cost Cuts May Be Needed

De Meo, a former Volkswagen executive who took over as CEO in July, did not give a figure for how much more money the company needed to save.

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Uber Promises 100% Electric Vehicles By 2040, Commits $800 Million To Help Drivers Switch

Uber's plan follows years of criticism by environmental groups and city officials over the pollution and congestion caused by ride-hail vehicles and calls for fleet electrification.

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