- The Wall Street Journal•3 days ago
French auto maker PSA Peugeot Citroën has signed a deal with an Iranian company to make Citroëns in Iran, the latest in a series of deals with Western companies that followed last year’s nuclear accord ...
- Reuters•3 days ago
PSA Group unveiled a second Iranian manufacturing deal on Thursday as the French carmaker seeks to reclaim the leading position it once enjoyed in the Middle East's biggest auto market, until U.S.-led sanctions forced its withdrawal. The Paris-based carmaker struck a framework deal with Iranian counterpart SAIPA to invest 300 million euros ($330 million) in the development and production of three Citroen models through a new joint venture. "This agreement opens up a new chapter in our history of cooperation with SAIPA," PSA Chief Executive Carlos Tavares said.
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