PARIS, Jan 20 (Reuters) - PSA Peugeot Citroen's chairman on Thursday confirmed the French car maker expected a stable to slightly higher European car market in 2005. Jean-Martin Folz also told reporters at a briefing that Peugeot expected a stable French car market this year, and that talks with Japan's Mitsubishi about potential partnerships were continuing. "We are not contemplating a merger or acquistion," Folz said. "We have for a long time had a strategy of cooperation with ...
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