Renault SA says revenues for the first quarter fell 2.9% vs. like-2002 to E9.02 billion ($9.9 billion). The French auto maker says lower sales volumes and currency devaluations were the cause for most of the decline. Overall global Renault vehicle sales fell 7% to 582,079 units, due to weaker than expected demand in Western Europe. Several fresh new products, including four new models in the Megane family – Scenic II, Megane II Sport Tourer, Sport Saloon and Coupe-Cabriolet – should ...

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