PARIS -- PSA Peugeot Citroen has found that big business still is reluctant to purchase fleet cars at a pan-European level. But that could be changing, says Thierry Peugeot, head of the French auto maker’s international fleet sales. "There is a trend, a movement toward concentration in purchasing," he says. PSA has signed four pan-European deals in the 18 months since Thierry Peugeot, a member of the controlling family, became the first boss of the new branch. "We had requests in ...
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