PARIS, Dec 21 (Reuters) - French car maker PSA Peugeot Citroen has had offers from at least two buyers interested in its Panhard military vehicles unit, the Wall Street Journal said on Tuesday in its European edition. It will pick the winning bid early next year, the newspaper said. French defence-electronics company Thales has made a joint bid with Renault Trucks Defense, a military division of French car maker Renault's truck business, the newspaper said. The chairman of Societe ...
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