PARIS – France has decided to help auto suppliers positioned no higher than Tier 2 with a special investment fund that will come partly from the government and partly from the Tier 1s. The approach is similar to a fund put into place early this year for the Tier 1s, which is backed by the French government, Renault SA and PSA Peugeot Citroen, and it will be administered by a subset of that organization. The overall FMEA fund (fund for the modernization of suppliers) totals E600 million ...

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