PSA Peugeot Citroen saw its 2001 profits increase 29%, earning E1.69 billion ($1.48 billion) last year vs. E1.31 billion ($1.14 billion) in 2000. Peugeot’s revenue also was up, E51.66 billion ($45.14 billion) in 2001 from E44.18 billion ($38.61 billion) the previous year. The auto maker is expecting unit sales of 3.25 million this year, despite a weaker Western European market. Peugeot sold 3.13 million units in 2001. Peugeot credits new models like the Citroen C5 and Peugeot 307, and ...

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