Renault SA’s full-year 2001 sales were up 2.2% worldwide, to 2.41 million units compared with 2.36 million in 2000. Renault attributes the gains to increased sales of Renault and Dacia vehicles in Central Europe and Renault Samsung models in South Korea, balancing losses in France, Argentina and Turkey. However, analysts believe any gains made last year may be short lived in 2002 thanks to aging Renault models such as the Clio and Megane and greater competition from PSA Peugeot Citroen and ...

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