PARIS – France is pushing hard to pull its auto makers into an electrified future, and if the industry survives that long it could well become the global leader the government hopes to see. The problem is the present. PSA Peugeot Citroen and Renault have lost share at home and across Europe as both markets continue to fall. Sales of passenger cars in Europe declined 7.6% through September. PSA deliveries dropped 13% and Renault-Dacia slipped 17.7%. In France, sales of ...

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