PARIS – The BMW-PSA Peugeot Citroen hybrid-technology and components joint venture moves forward with a full-blown website and recruitment pages for 90 jobs. BMW Peugeot Citroen Electrification, or BPCE, will employ 400 technical people in Munich and 250 manufacturing workers in Mulhouse, France. The auto makers’ investment of E100 million ($140 million) creates an independent company that will provide components to the partners by 2015. The JV also will search for outside clients, with ...

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