PARIS, Sept 28 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault suffered a particularly difficult summer in Europe but plans to continue with its business plan as new models come on board, sales and marketing vice-president Patrick Blain told Reuters. "From July to August, all the main markets in Europe were down, which wasn't the case in the months before," said Blain, speaking on the sidelines of the Paris car show. "Numbers are down in terms of volume, but also in terms of the economic quality for ...
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