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Order from the Royal Hashemite Court is the largest single request for the Renault Zoe since the French model was launched in 2013
Production has been halted for a week in a dispute with workers over pay and working conditions
French carmaker says it aims to sell 75,000 vehicles in region; set to launch 11 new models
French motor company says it sold 35 of its eco-friendly Twizys car in Dubai
Renault says it sold nearly 8,000 vehicles in region, with Saudi Arabia named as the top market
French auto manufacturer enjoys success with models such as Duster and Koleos
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French car maker says demand for vehicles is outpacing GCC industry average of 21%
Renault says it has sold close to 6,000 vehicles in Gulf region during first half of 2012
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