With the service of the State (1959-1982)
Of 1959 with 1974, Jacques Calvet worked on behalf of the cabinet of Valery Giscard d'Estaing by successively occupying the posts of operations manager, technical adviser, directing assistant editor then of the cabinet.
In 1974, after the election of Valery Giscard d'Estaing to the Presidency of the French Republic, it joined BNP, then banks nationalized, to take the direction in 1979 of it.
With the orders of group PSA Peugeot Citroen (1982-1997)
Chairman emblematic of the group of 1983 with 1997, Jacques Calvet deeply restructures the company with the two marks Peugeot and Citroen and manages to make of it a European car manufacturer of foreground.
Unceasingly positioning like defender of the automobile French, it leaves in war against the technocrats Brussels, being caught some with passion with the opening of the European borders to the Japanese cars, the single currency and the competitive devaluations in Europe.
In 1997, its successor with the head of group PSA Peugeot Citroen is Jean-Martin Folz.
Jacques Calvet is today member of the Institut Montaigne.
In 1989, it brings a lawsuit with the newspaper the Canard Enchaîné” which had published its sheet of tax, giving a report on a strong increase in its incomes.
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