Renault Argentina S. A.
Renault Argentina is the subsidiary of Renault in Argentina. It is one of the oldest Renault operations in Latin America and is ranked consistently in first place by sales between the local automakers. Renault Argentina was officially established in 1975, but the French company had a long presence in Argentina before that.
Renault partnered with Industrias Kaiser Argentina, a company created by Kaiser-Frazer Automobile Corporation and the Argentine government, which had a factory in Santa Isabel, Córdoba and a network of smaller factories around the country. In 1967, Renault took control of Industrias Kaiser Argentina by acquiring a majority stake, renaming it IKA Renault SAICF. In 1970, Renault purchased the remaining company's shares, introducing in 1971 one of its most popular cars in the Argentine market, the Renault 12. In 1975, the French automaker renamed its operations again, this time as Renault Argentina SA.
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