Economy, Auto

No Change in Citroen’s Iran Strategy

No Change in Citroen’s Iran StrategyNo Change in Citroen’s Iran Strategy

In the face of Washington’s withdrawal from the historic nuclear deal with Tehran, Citroen’s CEO Linda Jackson says while waiting for the European Union to take a clear position on US sanctions and trade prospects, Citroen’s Iran strategy has not changed.
Speaking at a recent bash outside Paris, showcasing the C5 Aircross, Jackson pointed to the recent successful presale of Citroen’s C3 in Iran. Through a joint venture with Iranian carmaker SAIPA, French automotive giant Citroen presold 2,000 units of its small city hatchback C3 in its initial offering in the country on May 16.


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