GENEVA – Inevitably, PSA Peugeot Citroen will return to America, it’s just a question of how and when, says Chairman Jean-Martin Folz. A study is under way now to determine what it would take to reenter the U.S. market, Folz confirms in an interview here. “We are now the sixth largest manufacturer in the world,” he says. “If we want to look at areas of future growth, we cannot ignore the fact the U.S. is the largest car market. “And pretending we would never get interested in the U.S. ...
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