VIENNA – Revoz, Renault’s factory in Novo Mesto, Slovenia, which currently is running two and a half shifts, will eliminate its night half-shift effective April 26 amid slowing demand. “In the past few months, we have had a fall in orders, which is the result of a significant fall in the European market," Revoz says in a prepared statement. The auto maker suspended output for one week in February and will halt production for three days at the end of March. As a ...

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