French probe alleges 2 million PSA cars had emissions-cheating software, report saysSept. 8
Paris accord: Ghosn and Macron achieve détenteJuly 31
Driverless shuttles tested in Paris in training for U.S. pushJuly 20
France to end sale of diesel, gasoline vehicles by 2040July 6
Renault-Nissan has no plan for extra bonus scheme, Ghosn saysJune 15
Delphi, Transdev plan self-driving taxis in FranceJune 7
Renault-Nissan's Ghosn sees 'good news' in Macron's France victoryMay 9
Pro-EU candidate Macron wins French presidencyMay 7
France broke with the populist wave that led to Brexit and President Donald Trump's election by choosing pro-EU centrist Emmanuel Macron as its new leader. Macron's election could be good news for Renault and PSA if he carries through policies to give companies more labor flexibility.
Le Pen victory could hurt Renault, PSAMay 5
French prosecutors open formal probe into PSA emissionsApril 25
French prosecutors have opened a formal investigation into suspected emissions test-cheating by PSA. Three judges have been assigned to lead the investigation into alleged consumer fraud offenses. PSA strongly denied any wrongdoing.