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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

09 Nov 2017

Peugeot speeds Opel technology shift to cut emissions

FRANKFURT/PARIS Peugeot maker PSA Group vowed to move Opel models onto its own technology faster than initially planned to improve their emissions performance and secure promised savings from its acquisition of the loss-making German carmaker. | Video

25 Oct 2017

Peugeot lifts sales on Opel deal, China worsens

PARIS PSA Group's quarterly revenue rose by almost a third, the maker of Peugeot and Citroen cars said on Wednesday, as it added Opel-Vauxhall sales numbers for the first time.

24 Oct 2017

Renault lifts global car market outlook after strong sales gain

PARIS French carmaker Renault on Tuesday reported a 15.9 percent increase in third-quarter sales, and raised its forecast for growth in the global autos market while maintaining the company's own outlook for higher 2017 profits and revenues.

06 Oct 2017

Renault expects electric cars and emerging markets to boost sales

PARIS French carmaker Renault expects a first-mover advantage in electric cars and a wider range of vehicles for emerging markets to help it deliver a 44 percent sales increase by 2022.

27 Sep 2017

Women drivers seen reviving Saudi car market

DUBAI/PARIS Saudi Arabia's decision to lift its ban on women driving cars may help to restore autos sales growth in a market dented by the economic fallout from weak oil prices, handing an opportunity to importers of luxury cars and sport utility vehicles.

27 Sep 2017

Women drivers seen reviving Saudi car market

DUBAI/PARIS Saudi Arabia's decision to lift its ban on women driving cars may help to restore autos sales growth in a market dented by the economic fallout from weak oil prices, handing an opportunity to importers of luxury cars and sport utility vehicles.

27 Sep 2017

Women drivers seen reviving Saudi car market

DUBAI/PARIS Saudi Arabia's decision to lift its ban on women driving cars may help to restore autos sales growth in a market dented by the economic fallout from weak oil prices, handing an opportunity to importers of luxury cars and sport utility vehicles.

22 Sep 2017

Diesel's disgrace brings hybrids-for-all in race to electrify

FRANKFURT Carmakers squeezed between carbon emissions cuts and falling sales of fuel-efficient diesels have used the Frankfurt auto show to spotlight a future generation of electric cars that will largely come too late to help them out of their bind.

15 Sep 2017

Renault-Nissan seeks to double savings from closer cooperation

PARIS Renault-Nissan pledged to double savings to 10 billion euros ($11.9 billion) by 2022 partly through closer cooperation with Mitsubishi Motors but left key key questions about the carmaking alliance unresolved. | Video

12 Sep 2017

Toyota says Brexit talks drift could threaten UK production

FRANKFURT Deepening uncertainties over the direction and timetable of Brexit negotiations may force Toyota to shift some UK production elsewhere if they are not addressed, the Japanese carmaker warned on Tuesday.

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