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Citroen UK appoints new managing director

Citroen UK has appointed Arnaud Leclerc as its new managing director for the UK and Ireland.

Leclerc will take up the role on June 1 and joins from Citroen Scandinavia where he has been managing director since July 2011.

Leclerc replaces Linda Jackson who was promoted to become the global head of Citroen at the start of May.

Leclerc was also previously managing director for Citroen Croatia and regional co-ordinator for the Citroen brand in Europe.

PSA Peugeot Citroen revealed its 'Back in the Race' plans earlier this year to to cut models from both the Peugeot and Citroen model lineup by almost half.


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  • ICEAGE - 27/05/2014 13:46

    And I thought LeClerc said that he preferred to leave René’s Café and to go back to prison because the food was better there?

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