Romania's Dacia to enter Australian market

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The Romanian automobiles Dacia will be sold in Australia through the Renault importer on the local market - Ateco Group, which says that the Romanian brand "has matured enough to enter this market," business portal Profit.ro reported.

Dacia Sandero and the Sandero Stepway version could be the "spearhead" of the Romanian brand in Australia, together with the Duster SUV, but also with the Oroch pickup, the importer said, which has 20 years of experience on the market. 

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