Car sales in France continued their predicted course in June with a 3.2% improvement over last year’s market bottom, to 196,257 units. As in recent months, Renault led the market growth, with sales climbing 24.7%. PSA Peugeot Citroen was down 2.3%. For the first half, the French market was up 2.9%, with Renault 15.3% ahead of its first-half 2013 rate and PSA improving 4.7%. The non-French brands languished in negative territory, down 5.4% in June and 4.5% for the first half. The boost ...

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