Renault unveils ’13 SM3 as Ghosn criticizes French business conditions.
PARIS – The continuing struggles of France’s automotive industry are not overshadowed by the Sept. 29 opening of the biennial Paris auto show. Sales of cars and light-commercial vehicles in the country dropped 17.3% in September, lowering year-to-date deliveries 12.9%. Double-digit declines were the norm, and national auto makers Renault and PSA Peugeot Citroen were no exception. PSA was off 17.3% on the year, and Renault off 16.5%. Renault Chief Operating Officer Carlos ...
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