PARIS, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Renault SA chairman Louis Schweitzer said on Saturday he expected the French and European car markets to be flat next year after a drop of five percent this year, mirroring the forecasts of rival Peugeot. "In 2002, we think the French market, in line with the global European market, will decline by roughly five percent," Schweitzer told Radio Classique in an interview from the Paris car show. "We think that in 2003, based on our current forecasts, there should ...
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