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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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