PARIS – PSA Peugeot Citroen will add a third shift to its factory in Trnava, Slovakia, next year as it invests E120 million ($168 million) to expand capacity for the coming Peugeot 208. The vehicle will use PSA’s Platform 1, like the Peugeot 207 it will replace and the Citroen C3 Picasso, the current vehicles in production there. PSA invested €700 million ($980 million) to build the factory that opened in 2006, and added €100 million ($140 million) for production of the C3 Picasso. ...
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