PARIS – Top management at PSA Peugeot Citroen says it has reviewed the auto maker’s 2005 strategy and decided the company is on the right path, in spite of a falling profit margin that will continue to hemorrhage at least through first-half 2006. At the annual PSA financial press conference held here today (Feb. 8), Chairman Jean-Martin Folz defends the four basic elements of PSA strategy: One company, two marques: Because Peugeot and Citroen launch their new vehicles on the same ...

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