PARIS – France’s booming vehicle sales, up 48% in November compared with year-ago, have PSA Peugeot Citroen feeling optimistic. And just weeks after CEO Philippe Varin said India was not a priority for the auto maker, PSA now acknowledges it is looking at the growing emerging market. “We are studying opportunities offered by the Indian market and how we might enter the market,” spokesman Laurent Cicolella says. “But we have made no decision." Indian and British newspapers report PSA ...
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