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Citroën at Auto Shanghai 2019 - Linda Jackson, CEO


Car makers such as Citroën will have to be agile and they will have to change their business model in the future to adapt to the new mobility trends such as autonomous driving and car sharing. That’s according to Linda Jackson, Citroën’s CEO. She’s been talking exclusively to Auto Futures at Auto Shanghai 2019.

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