PARIS – French car deliveries slid 15% in January to 124,952 units with most auto makers losing volume, but Renault saw some relatively good news in sales of the new Clio IV. Renault-brand deliveries were down only 12%, according to the CCFA industry association, meaning it regained some share. The Dacia brand was up 9.9%, boosted by the new Sandero launched in November, leaving the group with a 7.4% decline last month. “In this damaged market, we are pleased with our ...

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