PARIS – Although neither PSA Peugeot Citroen nor Mitsubishi Motors Corp. officially has confirmed plans for a joint-venture plant in Kaluga, Russia, international sources consider it a done deal. Last June, PSA announced it would set up a new factory in Kaluga, about 112 miles (180 km) southwest of Moscow, with capacity to build 150,000 vehicles annually. Mitsubishi later said it wanted to establish a plant there with annual capacity of 50,000 units. The two auto makers now are expected ...
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