NEW YORK – PSA Peugeot Citroen Chief Financial Officer Yann Delabriere says he is opposed to the European Commission’s plans to dissolve the block exemption that gives auto makers more control over their retail networks. One proposal under discussion – Delabriere expects a final ruling in July after the EC has discussed the measure with individual governments – would force dealers to service all makes. "Our brand is powerful enough to deserve dedicated dealers," he says, adding that his ...
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