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    I just came across an interesting and detailed analysis on PSA.

    http://www.worldmarketsanalysis.com/...pLightVeh.html

    If you're interested in the strategic direction, financials, products, facilities, alliances, etc of PSA, have a look.

    Whilst it is a sample article, it's damn detailed and it all seems fairly real to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pug307
    I just came across an interesting and detailed analysis on PSA.

    http://www.worldmarketsanalysis.com/...pLightVeh.html

    If you're interested in the strategic direction, financials, products, facilities, alliances, etc of PSA, have a look.

    Whilst it is a sample article, it's damn detailed and it all seems fairly real to me.
    Fascinating in many ways!! Still making the 504!!! Australia put into perspective by being ignored in the article, not surprising given relative volumes.

    Thanks for posting.

    JohnW

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    You're welcome John.

    You might also find this link interesting.
    http://www.psa-peugeot-citroen.com/d...1062604077.xls

    By June, 1800 504s were sold this year.

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    Out of interest, 79% of PSA's sales are in Western Europe.

    25% of all PSA cars sold worldwide are sold in France.

    The Asia-Pacific region is actually their second largest region after Western Europe and ahead of the Americas.

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