Nov 29 (Reuters) - The French government will provide 400 million euros ($527.8 million) in extra research aid to France's car sector, which faces a drop in output and erosion of employment amid flagging sales. At a news conference on Wednesday at a Valeo factory in Bobigny, near Paris, French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin announced the following measures. * Payment delays. At the moment the average payment delay in France is more than 100 days while in most other European ...
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