PARIS, April 24 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault said its sales in the first quarter dipped 2.9 percent as new models failed to offset faltering demand for new cars in western Europe. Europe's fourth largest auto firm said sales in the first three months of the year fell to 9.015 billion euros from a previously published figure of 9.285 billion in the year-ago period. On a consistent accounting basis sales fell 2.86 percent, the firm said in a statement. Renault also said its ...
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