Dongfeng buys into Peugeot. Is this good news for France? Who will be in control? What will happen to French jobs? Will Hollande's Responsibility Pact fail?
France's PSA Peugeot Citroën's board approved a tie-up with Chinese carmaker Dongfeng and the French state on Tuesday.
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The dominant story in the French papers this morning is the trial of Pascal Simbikangwa, due to open later today here in Paris.
French car manufacturer PSA Peugeot Citroen is having a hard time due to the economic downturn in the eurozone. The slump in car sales has led to closures and a wave of redundancies.
Workers at a Goodyear plant in northern France have agreed to end their occupation of the tyremaking factory
Shares in French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroën plunged 5.44 per cent on Monday, following the announcement of a radical tie-up its capital with Chinese Dongfeng and the French state. The ...
Shares in French carmaker Peugeot plummeted on Friday after the US's GM announced it was selling its seven per cent stake in the company.
China has approved a long-awaited joint venture between its carmaker Dongfeng and France's Renault, worth nearly a billion dollars.