FRANKFURT, Feb 26 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault has raised its annual sales target for its no-frills Logan sedan to 1 million units by 2010, German daily newspaper Die Welt reported on Saturday citing company sources. Renault had previously anticipated sales of 700,000 per year by that date, but managers say a solid sales start in the Romania, where the Logan is built, and increased expectations for other markets led to the more optimistic forecast. The Logan is due to hit ...
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