SAO PAULO – Renault do Brasil Ltda. is transferring Clio production to its Cordoba, Argentina, plant starting this month to create more space for the Renault Logan. Clio sedan output is being suspended at the company’s factory in Sao Jose dos Pinhais Parana and the hatchback will join it at Cordoba in September. Renault, which has added a second shift to the Brazilian plant to handle the Logan, began hiring more workers last December. The French auto maker last year built 78,000 ...

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