Renault is a French auto manufacturer, allied and jointly owned with Nissan, making it the world's fourth largest automotive group. The French government owns a 15 percent share of Renault.
Renault is the#1 international automaker in Iran. Its aggressive growth strategy has earned it a place on our "Worst Offender" list.
In 2004, Renault partnered with Iran Khodro and Saipa on a joint venture to form Renault Pars. Renault Iran’s website lists 9 passenger vehicles that are manufactured and sold in Iran through Renault Pars. In 2010, the company produced more than 50,000 Renault vehicles. In 2011 Renault doubled sales in Iran, selling over 100,000 vehicles. Renault Trucks, a subsidiary of Volvo Group, also operates in Iran through a partnership with four large Iranian firms; Saipa Diesel, Midliner & Midlum, Shahab khodro, Motorsazan, and Arya Diesel Motor, which produce medium duty and heavy range commercial Renault trucks.
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 Renault Iran company website: http://www.renault.co.ir/discover/RenaultIran...
 Iran Vehicle Manufactures Association Website. Online at: http://advocate.nyc.gov/files/IVMCA-2010.pdf
 Sanctions on Iran cause job cuts at Peugeot. Tehran Times, JJuly 18, 2012. Online at http://www.tehrantimes.com/component/content/...
 Renault Trucks Iran company website: http://www.en.iran.renault-trucks.com/renault...