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Renault named Fabrice Cambolive as head of the automaker's operations in Africa, the Middle East and India, replacing Bernard Cambier, who has held the post since 2014. Cambolive, who is currently CEO of Renault of Brazil, will assume his new position on July 1. He will also join the company's management committee. Cambier, who has Read More..
Moroccan automotive industry is gaining momentum and growing at a rapid pace due to incentives and competitive factors attracting more and more investors and makers of car parts. These factors include Morocco’s proximity to European market, modern infrastructures, free trade zones, qualified cheap manpower, open economy and Read More..