(Adds details, background) By Rebecca Harrison PARIS, April 27 (Reuters) - French car maker Renault beat expectations with a 10.4 percent jump in first-quarter sales on Tuesday, driven by its popular revamped Megane family of cars and growth outside western Europe. Despite the sturdy performance and suggestions by some analysts it should prompt Renault to raise its full-year profit guidance, the company said it was sticking with a goal of boosting operating margin to 4.5 percent from ...
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