PARIS – PSA Peugeot Citroen is worried about how second-half 2010 will play out financially, but the auto maker is hopeful it will at least increase market share in its key markets of France, Western Europe and China. While it predicts operating profits for the first half, it offers no guidance for 2010 as a whole. “We have the products” to increase market share, CEO Philippe Varin says during a presentation to journalists here. This year, Automobiles Citroen introduces its stylish DS3 ...
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