PARIS – French auto makers suffered in 2003 as their home market fell by 6.2%, but both Renault SA and PSA Peugeot Citroen improved their results outside of Western Europe. “More and more, we are a manufacturer or a distributor everywhere in the world,” says Peugeot General Manager Frederic Saint-Geours. Peugeot sales outside Europe rose 14% last year. Citroen’s jumped 18% and Renault’s were up 9%. All three brands recently summarized their sales activity for 2003 and announced their ...

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