PARIS (Jan 18): Renault expects to deliver sales growth in 2019, despite the imminent ouster of Chairman and Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn and tension with alliance partner Nissan.
“Volumes progressed across almost all our regions (in 2018), and we’re entering 2019 with expectations for a slight increase in sales,” Renault sales chief Olivier Murguet told reporters.
Murguet declined to comment on the leadership crisis engulfing Renault-Nissan following Ghosn’s arrest in Japan for alleged financial misconduct or any sales impact it may have.
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