Renault

Vehicle manufacturer [FR], Series of light tanks [FR]
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Renault

major French automobile and motor carrier manufacturer. Controlled by the French government, it is the country`s largest manufacturer and exporter of ... [7 related articles]
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Renault

[disambiguation] Renault is a French surname, probably originating from Brittany, easily confused with Renaud, which in French is pronounced in the same way. Renault, a French vehicle manufacturer founded in 1899, was named after the founders and is the most famous application of the name. Renault may also refer to: ...
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Renault

French motor-vehicle manufacturer, founded in 1898. Having been under state control from the 1940s, the company was privatized in 1996. Three years later it entered into a cross-shareholding alliance with Japanese motor manufacturer Nissan. By 2005 Renault–Nissan sales accounted for almost 10% of the worldwide market. In 2005 and 2...
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Renault

Renault S.A.S Automobile Dacia S.A. (99.43%) Renault Samsung Motors Co., Ltd. (80.1%) Nissan Motor Company, Ltd. (43.4%) JSC AvtoVAZ (25%) Dongfeng Renault (50%) Renault Sport Technologies S.A.S Renault Sport (F1) S.A.S Financing RCI Banque S.A. Retail Renault Retail Group Other International Renault S.A. (French, {respell|re-{{smallcaps|noh}}}) i...
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Renault

[cognac] Renault is a manufacturer of Cognac, founded in 1835 by Jean-Antonin Renault in the town of Cognac, France. The corporation has merged with Castillon and Bisquit Dubouché, and is based at Rouillac, Charente, a small village near Château de Lignères. In 2010 Finnish Altia Plc acquired the Renault brand. A well-known product with ...
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