Renault- European car market could decline in 2006


PARIS, Feb 28 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault still expects the car market to be stable this year but does not exclude that the European car market will decline. "There are still some clouds around and the market could even decline," Commercial Director Patrick Blain told reporters at the Geneva international motor show on Tuesday. He added that for Renault, the year would be "mediocre" in Europe because the carmaker has no new model launches this year prior to a series of new cars ...

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