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Renault Australia aiming to triple sales, looking to growth in passenger market

Renault is aiming to triple its sales volumes in Australia, with the company’s Asia-Pacific boss, Gilles Normand, telling CarAdvice he would like to see the Australian market reflect the brand’s global share of new cars sales. Currently, Renault Australia enjoys a market share of around 1.0 per cent. Normand is targeting an ambitious 3.5 per cent […]
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