AUTOSHOW-Renault's Dacia to boost sales, models


GENEVA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Dacia, the Romanian subsidiary of Renault which makes the runaway success, no-frills Logan, plans to boost sales and roll out new models, its managing director, Luc Alexandre Menard, said on Tuesday. "We will sell more than 200,000 cars in 2006," he said, adding that Dacia would in coming days publish positive financial results for 2005. Menard, who is also on the group executive board of Renault, said the Logan would get a diesel-engine version by September or ...

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