PARIS – Automobiles Citroen plans to take over distribution of its cars and light-commercial vehicles in Romania by early next year. “We are in the process of creating a subsidiary,” says Frederic Banzet, Citroen vice president-international sales and marketing. The new division will begin operations “pretty soon, probably during first-quarter 2007,” Banzet says. Current Citroen importer Automotive Trading Services SRL, owned by Romania’s Prime Minister Calin Popescu Tariceanu, will ...
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