PARIS, April 27 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault on Friday reported a 2.7 percent decline in first quarter sales to 10.256 billion euros ($13.95 billion), which was ahead of analysts' expectations. The Automobile Division had 2.8 percent lower sales at 9.778 billion euros with world unit sales down 3.8 percent. On Thursday, PSA Peugeot Citroen said its first quarter sales rose 6.5 percent to 14.87 billion euros.
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