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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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Citroen DS3 Dark Rose Limited Edition announced
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Citroen’s CEO talks about brand strategy
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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
Peugeot's negotiations on the 3 billion euro ($4.11 billion) French-backed tie-up with Dongfeng are slower than the what the troubled carmaker expected, according to sources that talked to the negotiators ...
Report – Dongfeng deal push set on scene by GM-Peugeot setbacks
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