PSA Peugeot Citroen reports net income of €869 million ($998.6 million) during the second quarter, a decline of 11.8% from like-2002. Vehicles such as C3 Pluriel should help PSA boost revenues. The French auto maker largely attributes the dip to the negative effects of currency exchange rates between the British pound and the Euro, as well as the relative weakness of eastern European currencies against the Euro. Most of the negative currency impacts were offset by cost savings ...

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