PARIS – Markets appear to be rebounding for small cars in France, Germany and Italy, where governments are paying bonuses to people who trade in an old car for a new one with better-than-average fuel economy. While registration numbers currently may not reflect the market activity because of delivery delays, auto makers have called back assembly plant workers and cancelled temporary shutdowns in some cases. PSA Peugeot Citroen told its 6,000 workers at the Poissy factory it would raise ...

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