TOKYO – So far this year, PSA Peugeot Citroen in Japan is running strongly against the prevailing current here of no growth – or worse – for domestic auto makers and importers. Peugeot 206 is French breadwinner among Japan’s imports. PSA in the first quarter, when imported car sales overall were off 1.7% compared with year-ago, posted a 13% increase, in line with the 12% growth target set by the French auto maker for calendar 2003. The current performance is part of a ...

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