PARIS – PSA Peugeot Citroen is putting the pieces in place that will help it continue to grow even if vehicle sales begin to fall, says CEO Philippe Varin. For 10 years, the auto maker has funded the IVM (Institut pour la Ville en Mouvement or “City on the Move”) research group, which sponsors studies, experiments, exhibitions and competitions regarding urban mobility. At a ceremony celebrating the institute’s birthday, Varin notes that half of the world’s population now lives in ...
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