FRANCE: Renault dangles no plant closures in exchange for radical restructuring
Renault is offering to commit to no plant closures in France if its unions agree to a raft of measures discussed at this afternoon's (13 November) meeting in Paris, although the CGT labour body is already expressing reservations.
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