PSA Peugeot Citroen says it will hire 7,000 new workers this year, including 2,000 managers and technicians and 5,000 operators, as part of plans to launch 26 new models between 2003 and 2006. The auto maker says it hired 4,400 new employees in 2003 and 75,000 within the past five years. All of the upcoming new hires will be placed at the auto maker’s facilities in France. “The hiring initiative…responds to two needs: Acquiring the additional skills to meet the Group’s objective of 4 ...

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