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Peugeot Cuts by Half Its Lineup to reach 2% Margins by 2018


PSA Peugeot Citroen plans to return to profitability by cutting its model lineup by almost 50% and by turning the Citroen unit’s DS badge into a stand-alone brand. PSA Peugeot Citroen Chief Executive Officer Carlos Tavares said that the strategic plan will help the automaker increase its operating margin in the auto sales to 2% by 2018 and to 5% in ...
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Today PSA shut down Citroen’s Aulnay plant, more European factories to follow
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Report: PSA – Dongfeng talks are slow
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According to sources with knowledge of the matter, China's Dongfeng could ultimately become the French automakers last hope, as General Motors decided to wind down cooperation with Peugeot soon after ...

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