PARIS – In a year where global vehicle sales grew by about 4.5%, Renault Group’s 1.7% increase in 2005 was disappointing. While Patrick Blain, executive vice president-sales and marketing, finds plenty of good news to emphasize in his first press conference of 2006, a small increase in Germany was the only good news from Renault’s Western Europe home market. Renault, together with it subsidiaries – Automobile Dacia SA, of Romania, and Renault-Samsung Motors Inc., of South Korea, sold a ...
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