PARIS – Automobiles Citroen SA has ambitious plans for its new B-segment family car, the 5-door C3. Its predecessor was a big hit for the auto maker, selling 2 million copies since 2002 and helping the brand achieve its highest market share in France (15.3%) since the late 1970s. Now Citroen wants more. Its two goals for the next three years are to move up from seventh place to at least third in Europe’s “most popular brand” list and raise its market share in Europe’s combined A/B ...
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