MADRID – Renault SA is eying additional production cuts in Spain that could affect some 5,500 workers at its Valladolid assembly plant and Palencia engine facility. Union sources say a cutback in engine output at the Palencia plant already is under way, where production has been reduced to 60% of normal volumes – about 80,000 engines per month. The cuts involve diesel production, while gasoline engine output remains steady. Renault isn’t confirming the slowdown, but union officials say ...
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