PARIS – Renault SA’s two product lines – low-cost Logans for emerging markets and higher-cost Renaults for Europe – proved successful in the first quarter, as revenues rose 4.2% to €10.2 billion ($16.3 billion) on a 6.5% jump in unit sales. Revenues were dampened by a 2.1% penalty from exchange rates, as the strong euro meant less money coming home from some international markets. In Western Europe, where industry sales were off 2.0%, Renault volume was down just 0.2%, in part due to ...
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