PARIS – French car sales rose 5.8% in April to 166,968 units for the second straight significant improvement driven by growth of the domestic brands. After four months, sales were up 3.7% from like-2013. In both March and April, the French makes accounted for nearly all the growth, according to data from the CCFA industry association. In April, Renault sales were up 11% and Dacia jumped 45.6% to lead the market, while Peugeot sales climbed 9.9% and Citroen was off 0.5%. Registrations ...

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