MADRID – After reaching an informal agreement with its Spanish unions, French auto maker Renault decides to assign future vehicle production to its Spanish plant that would maintain the current employment level for 10 years. The final agreement has yet to be announced, but sources say Renault’s new industrial plan will make it possible to manufacture more than 400,000 vehicles annually at the auto maker’s Valladolid and Palencia assembly plants, plus 1.4 million engines ...

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