PARIS — PSA Group and Changan Automobile will end their struggling joint venture in China that

PARIS — PSA Group and Changan Automobile will end their struggling joint venture in China that builds and sells cars from PSA’s upscale DS brand.PSA will continue to produce and sell DS cars in China, a PSA spokesman said on Monday. “We would like to thank Changan for their support over the past eight years and confirm that DS brand will continue its presence and development in China,” he said in a statement. A report in Yicai Global, a Chinese media site, said that Changan is seeking to sell its half of the venture, which it said had lost almost $700 million in the last six years, citing a filing with the Chongqing United Assets and Equity Exchange. The PSA spokesman said the company would not give further details on the plan to dissolve the joint venture. “DS Brand will deploy a new strategic approach to develop our business in this strategic market,” the spokesman said. “PSA Group is fully committed to China.” Sales of PSA vehicles have fallen sharply in China, from more than 700,000 in 2014 to just 94,000 in the first nine months of this year, a 56 percent decrease. DS sold just 311 vehicles in China and Southeast Asia in the ...

With a school-holiday road trip comes the threat of car-sickness. For a brief period in automotive

With a school-holiday road trip comes the threat of car-sickness. For a brief period in automotive history, as cars became less dreadful and had bigger glasshouses, motion sickness abated. But 21st-century children can’t go for more than six minutes without staring at a mobile device, which has brought car sickness back big-time. Citroen owners are being offered a potential solution in the form of “Seetroen” glasses, which have the technology to keep motion sickness at bay. READ MORE: * Fewer prickles, more comfort in new Citroen C4 Cactus * Citroen puts some SUV colour back into the mix * Future Jaguars could stop motion sickness before it starts * Feel dizzy after being on a boat? For some, it’s permanent I say “Citroen owners” but actually anybody can buy them. It’s just that (a) you get them at Citroen dealerships and (b) Citroen people are probably the most likely to embrace what is an innovative but challenging-looking product. We’ve written about the $199 Seetroen glasses before but now we’ve actually tried them. On children. Mine. The Seetroen glasses surround your face with four transparent circular rings, which con...