AUTOSHOW-UPDATE 1-Renault expects higher results in 2005


(Adds detail, background) PARIS, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Europe's fourth biggest carmaker Renault expects earnings next year to exceed this year's, partly supported by higher unit sales, Chairman Louis Schweitzer said on Thursday. "Results in 2004 will not be the peak ... therefore there will be growth in results in 2005," Schweitzer told reporters at the Paris auto show. "For the unit sales in Europe this year we should have notable growth in sales volume and we believe worldwide sales ...

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