Favorable exchange rates and higher revenues from parts and services operations helped French auto maker Renault SA offset a 2.6% first-quarter decline in world sales. Renault’s automotive operations generated revenues of €10.1 million ($12.5 million), a 5.8% improvement on its 2005 first-quarter performance. While sales in Europe plummeted 7.1%, the situation outside of Europe was decidedly more positive – with the Euro-Mediterranean, Americas and Africa/Asia regions recording sales ...

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