SEOUL – Renault Samsung Motors Corp. says it has landed in the black for the third year straight, posting net income of 7.8 billion won ($7.72 million) on record revenue of 1.34 trillion won ($1.34 billion). Vehicle sales volumes, revenue and profit should increase further in 2005, CEO Jerome Stoll says in revealing the financial results here. SM7 redefining luxury segment in Korea, CEO says. Renault Samsung gains are coming despite a sluggish domestic car market, which fell 13.8% ...

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