UPDATE 1-Renault Samsung targets '05 sales of 105,000 units


(Updates with CEO quotes and more details) SEOUL, March 22 (Reuters) - Renault Samsung Motors Inc., the South Korean unit of French carmaker Renault SA , said on Tuesday it was targeting 2005 sales of 105,000 vehicles, up 23.3 percent from 2004, driven by booming sales of new models. Hit by stagnant domestic demand, sales at Renault Samsung, South Korea's smallest automaker, tumbled 23.6 percent to 85,098 units worth 1.35 trillion won ($1.35 billion) in 2004. But the launch of Renault ...

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