PARIS – Despite its troubles delivering cars in Europe, Renault sales in the year’s first half grew 1.9% and set a group record of 1.4 million units. Deliveries outside Europe climbed 20.4% in the period, but fell 7.4% in Europe to 831,712 units, mainly because of problems fulfilling orders to customers in the region. The auto maker says it could have delivered 50,000 more vehicles in Europe in the first half if it had been able to manufacture them. Production was stalled due to a lack ...
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