CEO Louis Schweitzer says he expects Renault SA to maintain sales momentum and retain its market share in Western Europe in 2002. Last year, Renault had sales of 1.9 million units in Western Europe, up 1.6% from 2000. It controlled 10.6% of the region’s market, up 0.1% from the previous year. The third quarter launch of the new, high-volume Megane will be crucial for Renault, says Schweitzer, as the aging current-generation model was blamed for falling sales in the second half of last ...
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