WUHAN — Sino-French joint venture Dongfeng-Citroen Automobile Co. Ltd. (DCAC) claims a 30% rise in sales for the first six months, as compared to like-1999, reports say. The firm says it sold 23,482 cars for the period, while production reached 23,839, giving the automaker a 9% increase in market share. Sales, however, still fall short of the plant's annual production capacity of 300,000 units. PSA Peugeot Citroen holds a 30% stake in the venture, while Chinese partner Dongfeng Motors ...
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