MADRID – Renault Spain CEO Vicente de los Mozos is proposing a new industrial plan for the 2014-2016 period that would result in record production and the potential creation of up to 1,300 new jobs here. Union sources say of the 1,300 positions created, 800 would be earmarked for the Palencia assembly plant, 300 for the engine facility in Valladolid and 200 for the Seville transmission plant. In return, Renault Spain wants labor unions to agree to a cut in monthly wages and the ...

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