PARIS – Renault SA’s factory boss in Novo Mesto, Slovenia, is threatening to move some production out of the country due to exorbitant costs. In an interview with the Slovenian press agency STA, Revoz d.d. Chairman Ales Bratoz says electricity in Slovenia costs more than at any other Renault factory. He also says a coming 22% increase in the minimum wage in Slovenia to €562 ($763) a month will put pressure on Renault to raise the salaries of its workers to more than €600 ($817) a month. ...

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