Renault SA reports a 27% increase in net profits during 2003 to €2.48 billion ($3.15 billion), up from €1.956 billion ($2.49 billion) in 2002. Global unit sales were off by a mere 0.7% to 2.39 million vehicles, while global market share held steady at 4.1%. Renault’s automobile division, which includes Renault- and Dacia-brand vehicles, posted revenues of €35.54 billion ($45.19 billion) for the year, a 3.7% increase over 2002’s €34.27 billion ($43.58 billion) result. Nissan Motor Co. ...

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