By Marcel Michelson GENEVA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - French car group Renault says it needs to change some ingrained habits and cut the time to bring out new models, as it gears up for no less than 26 launches in 2007-09 and re-entry into the luxury segment. "It is amazing to see what savings can be made by changing the way you do things," Patrick Blain, executive vice president sales and marketing at Renault , said on Tuesday. He told reporters at the Geneva international motor show that ...
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