PARIS – Car sales in France showed little movement in September but were shored up by Renault, which has blamed its year-to-date decline in its home market on a lack of engines. Auto makers registered 167,631 cars in the month, down 1.4% from like-2010. Renault-Dacia deliveries totaled 47,970, up 8.7% and good for a 28.6% market share. For light-utility vehicles, sales slipped 6.6% to 34,367 units and Renault Group was off 6.5% to 12,704 units, but the auto maker says that as a group, ...

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