SAO PAULO – PSA Peugeot Citroen plans to sell 78,000 vehicles in Brazil this year, says Pierre Michel Fauconnier, director of the Brazilian division. The auto maker plans to launch the Citroen C3 in June. "The internal scenario is very promising in Brazil," Fauconnier says, while expressing concern that a possible war with Iraq and high oil prices might affect business. PSA will launch the Citroen C3 in Brazil in June. In 2002, PSA sold 64,000 Peugeot and Citroen vehicles in ...

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