GENEVA — Peugeot SA's Citroen division is set to have another good year in 2000. Like its Peugeot sister brand and neighbor, Renault SA, the French automaker saw soaring sales in 1999. Citroen topped 1 million sales last year and expects additional sales this year, says Claude Satinet, Citroen managing director, who says: “Citroen is in good shape.” During the first months of the year, the automaker increased sales by 13% worldwide, with European sales growing 9%. Market share in Western ...
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