PARIS, Sept 24 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault's new mid-sized Megane car will notch up at least the same return on investment as its popular predecessor, the firm's Chairman Louis Schweitzer said in an interview released on Wednesday. "The new Megane will have a return on investment that is equal or above its predecessor," Schweitzer said in an interview to be published in French newspaper Les Echos on Thursday. Since it launched the new saloon version of the model, which sports a ...
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