MUMBAI – PSA Peugeot Citroen breaks ground on a new factory in India, a market coveted by the French auto maker. The company plans to spend Rs40 billion ($800 million) on the auto plant and fully integrated engine and transmission factories on a 600-acre (243-ha) site near Tata and Ford facilities in Sanand, Gujarat state. PSA originally chose Chennai as its plant site. The facility’s first product will be the Peugeot 508 compact sedan launching in 2014. It will be followed by the ...

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