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Groupe Renault: press release

March 15, 2017

Groupe Renault has acknowledged the publication of an unbalanced national newspaper article related to the "emission" case. This article alleges to quote selected excerpts from a report drafted by the DGCCRF.
 
Groupe Renault will not comment on a current investigation, the latter being confidential by nature and Renault having as yet no access to the case. As a consequence, Renault cannot confirm the veracity, completeness and reliability of the information published in said article. Renault will prove its compliance with the regulations and reserves its explanations for the Judges in charge of investigating this case.
 
Groupe Renault reminds that none of its services has breached European or national regulations related to vehicle homologations. Renault vehicles are not equipped with cheating software affecting anti-pollution systems.
                                                                 
Groupe Renault, as it has always done, will fully cooperate with the Judges in the context of an investigation which raises, between the European authorities and the Member States, issues of interpretation of the standards governing the conditions of vehicle homologations. 

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