By Marcel Michelson PARIS, Sept 25 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault is doing its best to meet demand for a locally produced version of the Logan no-frills car in Iran despite a liquidity crisis in the country, as 89,000 clients have already paid to take delivery, strategy chief Patrick Pelata said late on Monday. "The ramp up of production is not going as fast as we planned," he said during a dinner meeting with journalists as part of events around the October launch of the upmarket ...
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