First five months see Renault's sales slide PARIS — Renault SA's global car sales fell 4.4% in May due to declining demand in Europe. Sales, which include Samsung and Dacia brands, reportedly slid from 225,964 a year ago to 215,957. The French automaker reports that five-month sales fell 3.1% to 1.022 million units from 1.055 same period last year. Analysts say rivals PSA Peugeot Citroen and Volkswagen AG are pulling ahead of Renault's popular small Clio and Megane cars, thanks to new ...
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