French auto maker PSA Peugeot Citroen says it will reduce production of its compact Peugeot 207 model at its Poissy, France, plant, located just north of Paris. The Poissy facility will cut daily output to 955 cars from 1,050 units at present. The move means the contracts for a number of temporary staff will not be extended, the auto maker says. Despite the reduction, Automobiles Peugeot says sales are in line with expectations. Peugeot, which launched the 207 earlier this year, says ...

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