UPDATE 2-Renault plunges into red, market forecast

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* Renault H1 net loss 2.71 bln euros; worse than forecast * Sales down 23.7 pct at 15.99 bln euros * Confirms positive cash, market share boost target for 2009 * Sees market shrinking 12 pct in 2009 from 15 pct earlier * Share down 1.25 percent (Adds details, quotes) By Helen Massy-Beresford and Matthias Blamont PARIS, July 30 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault swung to a worse-than-expected 2.712 billion euro net loss for the first half on Thursday, but now expects the world ...

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