PARIS – Renault’s sales revival alone helped pull France to a 3.4% increase in registrations by volume in September, the second month this year to show improvement. Renault and its Dacia subsidiary delivered 37,940 cars during the month, 5,815 units, or 18.1%, more than a year earlier. Sales industrywide jumped 4,675 units to 142,211, according to the CCFA, the automakers’ association here. On a daily basis, French deliveries fell 1.5%, but that still is a plus for ...

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