France needs to develop more complete supply line for electric vehicles, Renault official says.
PARIS – The French government wants the nation’s auto industry to be more like Germany’s, working together to develop the vehicles of the future. In particular, Louis Gallois, the commissioner in charge of a €750 million ($973 million) French investment fund for industry research and development, says he wants French auto makers to collaborate on hydrogen projects. “I regret that Renault and PSA (Peugeot Citroen) don’t work together more,” ...
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