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Several consortiums eyeing ADP bid: French official

Nov 16 2018

PARIS French plans to privatize Aeroports de Paris have attracted strong interest from "several consortiums" including some led by industrial investors, state holdings chief Martin Vial said on Friday.

Renault-Nissan boosts French investment with new vans

Nov 08 2018

MAUBEUGE, France/PARIS France's Renault said it will build new Nissan and Mitsubishi vans at its domestic plants, raising investment in the country as it explores closer integration of the three-way carmaking alliance with government backing.

Airbus says tougher to meet jet delivery goal after snags

Oct 31 2018

PARIS European planemaker Airbus softened its key target for jet deliveries on Wednesday and warned that reaching it would be a "greater stretch" after a sequence of industrial problems. | Video

Air France upbeat on sales as new CEO seeks pilots' buy-in

Oct 31 2018

PARIS Air France-KLM posted strong quarterly earnings and an upbeat outlook despite rising fuel costs, as new Chief Executive Ben Smith prepares to seek pilots' approval for plans likely to include an expansion of the group's low-fare operations.

France's Publicis keeping Saudi business for now: chairman

Oct 30 2018

PARIS Communications giant Publicis Groupe will continue to work for Saudi Arabia while "monitoring the situation", Chairman Maurice Levy said on Tuesday, despite Riyadh's acknowledgement that dissident Jamal Khashoggi was the victim of a premeditated murder at its Istanbul consulate.

France's Publicis keeping Saudi business for now - chairman

Oct 30 2018

PARIS, Oct 30 Communications giant Publicis Groupe will continue to work for Saudi Arabia while "monitoring the situation", Chairman Maurice Levy said on Tuesday, despite Riyadh's acknowledgement that dissident Jamal Khashoggi was the victim of a premeditated murder at its Istanbul consulate.

EU should brace for U.S. standoff over China, ex-WTO chief warns

Oct 30 2018

PARIS The European Union should prepare for its companies to be targeted by American sanctions in a worsening trade dispute between the United States and China, former World Trade Organisation (WTO) director general Pascal Lamy said on Tuesday.

Renault avoids warning despite lower sales, visibility

Oct 23 2018

PARIS French carmaker Renault clung to its full-year earnings guidance on Tuesday, despite a 6 percent drop in quarterly revenue blamed on a slump in key emerging markets. | Video

Michelin cuts market forecasts on EU emissions squeeze, China slowdown

Oct 18 2018

PARIS French tire maker Michelin cut its full-year market forecasts on Thursday and said a sales slowdown would worsen in the fourth quarter, blaming weaker Chinese vehicle demand and new emissions standards that have hit European registrations.

Peugeot open to new deals as turnaround draws attention: CEO

Oct 02 2018

PARIS French carmaker PSA Group is open to new industry tie-ups and is attracting attention from competitors after its lightning turnaround and swift progress in restructuring recently acquired Opel, Chief Executive Carlos Tavares said.

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