BRAZIL: Renault-Nissan's Ghosn lured by higher profitability in Russia
This year has been very good for Renault in Brazil, the French brand's second largest market. Sales grew 25% to almost 250,000 units, 30 new dealers were added (now 235), including updates, six models were launched and there were new engines, too.
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