Francois Hollande pledges to rescue French car industry

The French government is setting out plans to help the struggling French car industry.

Two weeks ago Peugeot Citroen announced it was closing one of its car making plants in Aulnay near Paris and would cut 8,000 jobs across the country.

So far there are few details about what future help may look like.

Christian Fraser reports from Paris.

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