Renault SA said Thursday that its revenue rose by a quarter as the French car maker increased car sales and consolidated results for the first time from a Russian unit.
Revenue for the three months to the end of March climbed to 13.13 billion euros ($14.27 billion) from 10.49 billion euros in the same period last year. Car sales in the quarter advanced 16% to 873,678 vehicles.
Stripping out Autovaz, revenue rose about 20%.
Renault, which said it sees the European car market expanding 2% this year, confirmed its 2017 financial targets, which include increasing revenue and operating profit compared with last year.
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(END) Dow Jones Newswires
April 27, 2017 12:42 ET (16:42 GMT)