PARIS – PSA Peugeot Citroen hopes its strength in small, fuel-efficient cars will help it succeed in a shrinking European market. PSA, Europe’s second-largest auto maker after Volkswagen AG, expects overall Western European sales to decline about 5% in second-half 2008 after falling 3% in the year’s first half. Markets in Spain, Italy and the U.K. are in decline, while growth in France and Germany is ebbing. Despite this, PSA has not changed its sales goal of 5% growth worldwide this ...

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