VIENNA – Renault SA’s best seller in some East European countries last year turned out to be a Turkish-built car, exceeding all the French car maker’s expectations. Now Renault hopes to repeat the story with a new, affordable car built by Automobile Dacia SA in Romania, to be launched in 2004. Production of the original Turkish-built Renault Clio Symbol sedan, based on the Renault Clio, began in 1999. The car also is produced in some South American countries. Renault Clio Symbol ...

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