SAO PAULO – At long last, auto makers are seeing improvements in Argentina. Despite the country's political and economic crises in 2002-2003, when the vehicle market plunged more than 80%, most foreign auto makers maintained some operations in the country, waiting for a recovery that began last year and continues today. (See related story: South America on Slow Road to Recovery) In addition, PSA Peugeot Citroen and Fiat Auto SpA recently announced new projects in Argentina, and ...
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