French tyre workers win minimum 50,000 euro pay-off


PARIS, May 31 (Reuters) - French unions at tyre maker Continental said on Sunday they had won an agreement from management to give them a minimum pay-off of 50,000 euros ($69,970) in compensation for the plant's closure. The award is unusually high compared to others recently granted to French workers. Continental announced in March it would close its site in Clairoix, northern France, as well as its plant in Hanover, Germany, in response to a global collapse in orders. Workers at ...

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