PARIS – PSA Peugeot Citroen sales will grow 2.5% this year despite a projected decline in the home European market of 2%, says CEO Jean-Martin Folz in presenting the financial results of 2002. Folz expects PSA unit sales to reach 3,350,000 this year, unless there is disastrous economic fallout from a war with Iraq or other unpredicted events. PSA expects Peugeot 307 to continue to drive sales. The engines of growth will be many of the same products that drove sales in 2002: ...

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