VIENNA – PSA Peugeot Citroen may be close to deciding whether to construct a car assembly plant in Russia. At a meeting with representatives of European Peugeot dealer associations in Prague, Czech Republic, PSA Chairman Jean-Martin Folz says the company is considering assembly of 10,000-20,000 cars per year in Russia. Folz doesn't elaborate on the timing of the project or the vehicle under consideration. In Eastern Europe, PSA operates the new joint venture plant Toyota Peugeot ...

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