SEOUL, Aug 1 (Reuters) - Renault Samsung Motors Inc, one of South Korea's smallest automakers, said on Thursday it sold 9,223 vehicles in July, up from 7,076 units a year ago. France's Renault SA took a 70-percent stake in a venture with local banks to revive the ailing auto arm of the Samsung Group [SAGR.UL] conglomerate in September 2000. Renault Samsung spokesman Cho Don-young told Reuters that the increase in sales was due largely to a big turnaround in consumer perceptions toward ...
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