Louis Schweitzer, Chairman and C.E.O. of the Renault group, announced the company's participation in the general movement of solidarity for the victims in Asia:
"Asia has suffered an unprecedented natural disaster. Over the past few days, all Renault employees have been witnesses to this human drama which has affected such a huge population.
"Given the extent of the damages, the Renault group has decided to make its contribution to the movement of solidarity undertaken throughout the world.
"Our contribution amounting to one million euros (approximately £700,000) will be distributed to different international organizations operating on the ground locally. We will ensure in particular that this financial contribution is put to efficient and practical use. Assistance in kind is also being examined which could result in the supply of vehicles to certain countries in the disaster area."
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