French government objects to shifting production of new Clio model to Turkey.

By bne IntelliNews January 13, 2010
French industry minister Christian Estrosi and minister of state for employment Laurent Wauquiez assert that the French government will not allow the production of Renaults new Clio model vehicle to be shifted to Bursa plant in Turkey . Earlier this week, French daily La Tribune reported that French car-maker Renault may shift the production of new Clio IV model to its local partner Oyak Renaults Bursa plant.

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