Renault

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Renault S.A.
Type Société Anonyme
Industry Automotive industry
When it was created 25 February 1899
People who started it Louis Renault, Marcel Renault, Fernand Renault
Headquarters Boulogne-Billancourt, France
Area served Worldwide (118 countries)
Key people Carlos Ghosn (Chairman and CEO), Patrick Pelata (COO)
Things made Automobiles, commercial vehicles, financing
Money earned 33.71 billion (2009)[1]
Operating income Decrease (€955 million) (2009)[1]
Profit Decrease (€3.125 billion) (2009)[1]
Employees 124,300 (2009)[1]
Subsidiaries

Automobile Dacia (99.43%)
Renault Samsung Motors (80.1%)

Renault Sport
Website Renault.com

Renault S.A. is a French vehicle manufacturer producing cars, vans, buses, tractors, and trucks, and, in the past, autorail vehicles. Its alliance with Nissan makes it the world's fourth largest vehicle maker.[2] Headquartered in Boulogne-Billancourt, Renault owns the Romanian Automobile Dacia and the Korean Renault Samsung Motors. The Lebanese-Brazilian Carlos Ghosn is the current CEO. The company's most successful cars to date is the Renault Clio and the Renault Laguna, and its core market is Europe.[2] The company is known for numerous revolutionary designs, security technologies and motor racing.

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