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Raw material agreement between Renault and BRGM.

Summary: Renault and BRGM (Bureau de recherches gEaologiques et miniEaA res) signed a strategic partnership agreement on October 28, 2010.

Renault and BRGM (Bureau de recherches gEaologiques et miniEaA res) signed a strategic partnership agreement on October 28, 2010.

The agreement offers benefits to both partners.

For BRGM, it will facilitate the production, dissemination and exploitation of data and methodological tools on global raw materials and their complete life cycle (from production to recycling), using technical and economic data.

For Renault, it will bring competitive advantages as part of the carmakerEoACAOs raw materials supply strategy.

The agreement was signed on October 28, 2010, by Jean-FranEaA*ois Rocchi, Chairman of BRGM, and REami Bastien, Head of Research, Advanced Studies and Materials at Renault.

The partnership covers four thematic areas of key interest to the two partners:

technical and economic analysis of the current and future global availability of strategic raw materials for Renault, the development of methodological tools for mapping the raw materials cycle in the economy, environmental impact analysis of raw materials over their life cycle, joint public actions to contribute to policymaking on securing raw materials supply at national, European and international levels.

Renault, aware of the implications of the automotive industryEoACAOs need to secure raw materials supply, and BRGM, keen to find applications for its methodological developments and expertise, are delighted to have signed this Strategic Partnership agreement.

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