At an extraordinary General Meeting the Citroën Company has ratified the amalgamation of Citroën and Panhard.
In accordance with legal requirements, the amalgamation had first been approved on 23rd April, 1965, by an extraordinary General Meeting of the Panhard Company, and on 11th May, 1965, by an extraordinary General Meeting of Citroën.
This amalgamation is the logical conclusion of a process which started in April 1955 by the signing of a commercial agreement between the two companies, and these links have been gradually tightened.
The Citroën Company intends to continue the production of the Panhard 24 ct and 24 bt.
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