FRANCE: Renault aims for far higher union deal acceptance rate as CFDT claims victory
One of Renault's major unions claims its tough stance has secured a new deal from the French automaker that will see production volume increased for domestic plants, although the manufacturer wants a high acceptance figure from its labour bodies for the agreement.
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