Peugeot says will make new 206, 307 cars in Iran

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PARIS, June 16 (Reuters) - France's Peugeot has signed deals with Iran Khodro, the Middle East's biggest auto producer, to make new versions of its hit 206 and 307 cars in Iran, the PSA Peugeot Citroen unit said on Wednesday. Peugeot said in a statement it had signed an agreement with Iran Khodro, the leading player in Iran's fast-growing and heavily protected auto market, to make a new version of its compact 206 car within two years. The two firms also agreed to launch a new version of ...

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