PARIS — France’s vehicle sales for September climbed to 183,773 units, reports the French carmakers’ association CCFA. Sales for the year’s first nine months also rose, by 5.3% to 2.03 million units. Expectations call for the market to come in at 2.2 million units for the year, slightly higher than the 2.1 million-unit results posted in 2000. PSA Peugeot Citroen, which currently holds a 35% market share in France, reported an increase of 23% in the month, bolstered by strong sales of its ...
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