FARO, Portugal – Thierry Peugeot has one main concern: that PSA Peugeot-Citroen remain independent. Peugeot, 46, took over the chairmanship of PSA's supervisory board in January 2003, following the death of his father, Pierre. Understanding the importance of the Peugeot family is a key to understanding the strategy of the company. Thierry Peugeot on the press launch of the Peugeot 407 in Portugal in May. There are two strong points of the PSA group, says Peugeot. "We have had the ...
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