BRATISLAVA, Feb 27 (Reuters) - PSA Peugeot Citroen will more than triple output at its Slovak plant to 180,000 vehicles this year and will launch a new model in 2010 at the latest, the factory's chief Alain Baldeyrou said on Tuesday. The French carmaker started production of the small 207 model in its 700 million euro factory in Slovakia last June. The factory's capacity is 300,000 vehicles a year. "For the time being, we are manufacturing 700 cars per day. The rise of production will be ...
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