Volatile raw material prices pose a threat to PSA Peugeot Citroen Groupâ€™s second-half financials after contributing to a first-half decline in its automobile divisionâ€™s operating profit. The auto maker recorded a total first-half operating profit of â‚¬691 million ($871 million), down 46% compared with like-2005â€™s margin of â‚¬1.3 billion ($1.7 billion). Automotive operations earned â‚¬227 million ($288 million), down from the â‚¬763 million ($969 million) profit recorded during the first six ...
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