PARIS – PSA Peugeot Citroen’s deal to build cars with Malaysia’s Naza Group not only is a big step for the French auto maker’s Asia strategy, it also pushes it toward its goal of turning Peugeot into the seventh-biggest brand in the world by 2015. Peugeot currently is ranked ninth among brands worldwide, PSA says. Under the agreement announced in October, Naza will assemble right-hand-drive versions of the Peugeot 408. It already makes the Peugeot 207 4-door sedan for Association of ...

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