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Renault boosts third-quarter revenue through rising prices


The French automaker has said that its third-quarter revenue was up 6.7%, buoyed by price increases that managed to compensate weaknesses in certain regions. Renault’s quarter revenue was up on the pricing changes and the automaker managed to offset slower sales in some emerging markets. The company also decided to modify upwards its European auto market target. During the July to ...
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Renault executive says Eolab could be Clio-level affordable
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Renault Sport R.S. 01 makes its public debut
The brand new Renault Sport R.S. 01 has recently made its public debut as it has lapped the Circuito de Jerez track in Spain in front a lot of spectators. After ...
China: Renault sales to reach 800,000 units
Chief Executive Officer Carlos Ghosn has made a bullish forecast for the sales of the Renault brand in China, the world’s largest auto market – annual deliveries of 800,000 autos. The ...
French minister says Renault stake sale not urgent
According to Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron, the French government is in no hurry to renounce the 15% holding it has in Renault and other domestic companies (such as the Orange ...
Renault design chief wants the French brand to be a global affair
One man - Dutch-born styling chief Laurens van den Acker - coordinates Renault’s fresh new design. He says that today designers have more power than ever in the executive process ...
UK – Renault Captur Signature range-topper introduced
Renault has officially introduced a new top of the line version of the Captur in the United Kingdom, called the Signature. The model in question is based on the Dynamique S ...
Blooming subcompact SUV segment sees rising fortunes for Renault, Peugeot, Opel
The mass-market brands have suffered a six-year withdrawal in demand from customers in the European region, but they are now given a much-needed respite thanks to increased demand for the ...
Daimler and Renault-Nissan’s alliance is further extended
Late last week, the German and French-Japanese automakers announced a further extension of their alliance, also signaling their cooperation has no set boundaries. Renault chief Carlos Ghosn and Daimler’s CEO Dieter ...
Renault-Nissan strategy could hinge on Russia’s AvtoVAZ success
CEO Carlos Ghosn has a lot riding on the success of the Renault-Nissan Russian subsidiary, which needs to elevate the extended alliance to a 40% market share in the country ...



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