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Peugeot family open to merger with FCA Group

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Peugeot family, one of the major shareholders in the PSA Group, is ‘ready’ to support an acquisition or merge with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, pointing to the success of the purchase of Vauxhall-Opel. The PSA Group comprises Citroën, DS, Peugeot and Vauxhall-Opel, and boss Carlos Tavares has already said he is interested in acquiring more brands.

Peugeot family would support more PSA acquisitions

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - PSA CEO Carlos Tavares has the backing of the Peugeot family to seek more acquisitions after the company's purchase of Opel from GM. Fiat Chrysler or Jaguar Land Rover seen as potential candidates for a deal with PSA.

Citroen's India push will be led by design, lower-cost cars

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Citroen expects design and lower-cost models to help it break into the tough Indian market. Citroen's move into India is part of a strategy by PSA to reduce its dependence on sales in Europe, with Peugeot returning to North America and Opel making a push into Russia.

PSA growth plan includes range expansion, new markets

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The PSA Group will launch 116 new cars across its five brands – Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Vauxhall and Opel – by 2021, accelerate the electrification of its model range and launch Peugeot in the North American market as part of the second phase of its ‘Push to Pass’ growth plan. The strategic plan, the first version of which was unveiled in 2016, is designed to turn the company into a “global vehicle manufacturer”, and the company completed the first phase by recording its fifth consecutive year of growth.

Opinion: how Peugeot can make it big in America

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The PSA Group has been openly exploring an entry into the North American market for years – and it seems the time is now. As part of the group’s bold ‘Push to Path’ strategic plan, chairman Carlos Tavares confirmed the firm’s various brands would be expanding into new markets: Peugeot into North America, Citroën to India and Opel to Russia.