Renault Chairman Louis Schweitzer will address the Automotive News Europe Congress in the Netherlands on 23 June.
Schweitzer led Renault's return to profitability last year. He has also led efforts to transform Renault into a global competitor.
He defied the French and Belgian governments when he closed Renault's Vilvoorde plant a year ago, and he announced plans to build a plant in Brazil.
Renault has been a product innovator under Schweitzer. The Megane Scenic has helped the company keep from losing much market share in Europe.
Schweitzer joined Renault in 1986 after a career in the civil service. He served as chief of staff to Budget Minister Laurent Fabius, later prime minister.
Schweitzer was head of Renault's finance division before being named chief operating officer in 1990. He succeeded Raymond Levy as chairman and CEO in 1992.
Schweitzer is one of several executives who will address about 500 delegates to the congress.
The congress will open on 22 June at the Netherlands Congress Center in The Hague.
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