Peugeot sees further raw matetrial impact in 2006


PARIS, July 26 (Reuters) - PSA Peugeot Citroen will have to renegotiate its steel contracts in the coming months as they are arriving at the end of their term, and expects further negative impact from higher steel prices in raw material costs in 2006, chief executive Jean-Martin Folz told an analysts conference. "It is obviously too early to make any forecast about the impact but for sure there will some some further impact from raw materials next year because we dont expect to have the ...

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