Auto workers get enforced break as Europe slows


By Laurence Frost and Andreas Cremer PARIS/BERLIN, Aug 31 (Reuters) - European auto workers returning from their summer break may not be back on the factory floor for long, as car makers order temporary shutdowns in response to a protracted sales slump. Staff at some PSA Peugeot Citroen, Fiat, Renault and General Motors Opel plants face stoppages of up to three weeks - and their next leave will be no holiday. While state-funded programmes cover ...

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