July 25, 2004 French carmaker Renault inaugurated its new Tehran headquarters on Saturday. On show was the Logan, a budget compact family saloon the company is set to produce in Iran as part of a joint venture between Renault Pars, the car giant's Iranian concern, and the Automotive Industry Development Company, a grouping of Iran's two main state-controlled carmakers Saipa and Iran Khodro. An initial agreement was signed in March, with 51 percent of the operation held by Renault. The project involves the production of the Logan, to be branded here as the L-90. Annual production, beginning in 2006, is expected to start at 300,000 units but could eventually rise to 500,000, said Renault group chairman and CEO Louis Schweitzer, according to an AFP dispatch from Tehran.
INDUSTRIES: French Car Maker Renault Inaugurates New Iran Assembly
«از وزیر مسکن و شهرسازی میخواهم با حساسیت و جدیت موضوع ساخت سالانه یک میلیون مسکن را دنبال کند تا این وعده تحقق یابد»