MADRID – Renault Spain CEO Jean-Pierre Laurent is calling on workers at the subsidiary’s Valladolid plant, located 124 miles (200 km) northwest of here, to be flexible in order to help the facility remain competitive. “If there isn’t a new (volume-model program) at Valladolid before 2014, the plant will be closed,” he says during a recent press conference, noting a decision will be made by the end of the year. The competitiveness of the facility will be based on three major criteria: ...
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