PARIS, June 30 (Reuters) - French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen reiterated on Saturday it had no plans to sell its roughly 70 percent stake in car parts maker Faurecia . Asked whether a sale was possible, Peugeot Chief Executive Christian Streiff told Reuters: "No." Streiff was speaking at a conference in Paris on economic policies. There has been market speculation that Peugeot might spin off its stake in Faurecia, although Peugeot has consistently said it has not had any change of ...
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