SAO PAULO – PSA Peugeot Citroen's factory in Porto Real, Rio de Janeiro, soon will begin producing 1.6L 4-cyl. engines. It also will shut down for three weeks to tool up for Citroen 3 production. The engines, which previously were imported from France, will be exported to neighboring Argentina. PSA is struggling in that country, where sales in the past two months are the worst in 30 years as Argentina suffers from an economic meltdown. Jean Martin Folz, PSA president, is cautious about ...

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