The French automaker Renault still believes in Romania and will continue to invest strongly in this market, today assured the Director Supply Group, Antoine Aoun, participating in special working group under Business Forum for Southeast Europe, held in Bucharest. Renault has invested in this country of 1 billion euros by then taken over the Dacia and we have not yet completed. We will continue vigorously and this is an important message for our suppliers. We invite them to come to Romania because there is work to be done here. We are optimistic for 2014 and subsequent years. Romania is a country with trained people, said Mr. Aoun, noting that the network supplies Renault employs directly or indirectly in Dacia 130.000 to 150.000 employees and turnover of Renault-Dacia 2012 amounted to 4 billion euros equivalent to 3% of Romanian GDP.
The strain of Renault revealed that the automaker is already exploring the possibility of replacing the model Dacia Duster and a general update of Dacia. In late 2013 we completed the renewal of the entire Logan series, while the last row Duster unveiled in September-October 2013. Today we have a fully refreshed and we are already working on future series Sandero. We also look at other substitutions, including turn Duster, he said. Speaking at the same event, the President of Romania, Traian Basescu, described as lack of patriotism low priority given to road Pitesti-Sibiu, expressing concern that the policy could lead to loss of Dacia plant in Pitesti.
By Nicole P.