PARIS – Renault SA sales grew 10.1% outside Europe in the year’s first half, far from enough to balance its decline at home but adequate to give hope for sales of its new Twingo and Laguna to take off. Renault’s worldwide sales fell 3.8% in the first six months to 1,266,343. However, combined with its Automobile Dacia SA and Renault-Samsung Motors Inc. subsidiaries, the group captured a 3.6% share of the global market in the period. Deliveries of the entry-level Logan, sold as both ...

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