PARIS – Although Automobiles Citroen's 300 dealers in China received no new products last year and won't get any until 2006, they are helping their Chinese partner Dongfeng Motor Corp. gain market share. Through April, Citroen sales were up 7.5% in a Chinese market up 5.4% overall. In addition, Citroen dealers are profitable, says Gilles Debonnet, who has directed Citroen sales in China for the past three years. The Fukang, based on the retired Citroen ZX, has been on the market since ...

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