SEOUL, Sept 1 (Reuters) - The South Korean unit of French auto maker Renault SA said on Monday August car sales fell about 29 percent from a year ago as customers delayed purchases ahead of the introduction of the auto maker's new model. Unlisted Renault Samsung Motors Inc sold 6,616 cars last month, down 29.3 percent from a year ago, it said in a statement. "We are unveiling a 2004 model SM5 today and customers have been waiting until the release of the new car," a Renault Samsung ...
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