Busan plant temporarily closing for fourth time since December.
Renault Samsung curtails production at its lone Busan, South Korea, assembly plant because of excess inventory resulting from dismal domestic and overseas sales. The facility shut down Friday, June 8, and will operate three days a week starting June 15 through the end of the month, hoping to reduce the glut of finished cars. During that period, the plant will run only Tuesdays through Thursdays, a spokesman confirms. Renault Samsung reports global sales tumbled 37% in May compared with ...
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