PSA says would consult partners on any alliance


PARIS, Feb 28 (Reuters) - PSA Peugeot Citroen said it would consult engine partners Ford and BMW about any new alliance with General Motors or another automaker. "If there's any agreement that goes beyond our existing partnerships, each of those partnerships will have to evaluate what can be done," PSA industrial director Guillaume Faury told reporters at a briefing on Tuesday. PSA produces gasoline engines and hybrid vehicle parts with BMW and diesel powertrains with Ford. PSA's partners ...

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