FRANKFURT, Nov 29 (Reuters) - French automaker Citroen, part of PSA Peugeot Citroen , expects car sales in China to fall this year as its ageing lineup loses market share, Managing Director Claude Satinet said in a newspaper interview. "We at Citroen are losing market share and our unit sales in 2004 will be substantially lower than in 2003," he told Automotive News Europe in an interview published on Monday. It said Citroen sales in China hit 104,000 units in 2003. "The problem is that ...
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