VIENNA – Revoz, Renault’s plant in Slovenia, will cut its third shift effective May 23 as a result of the Japan earthquake and tsunami that has hampered the flow of parts from key suppliers. Some 520 people, including 390 contract workers and 130 temporary employees, will lose their jobs. Currently, Revoz has about 3,000 employees. The auto maker does not say when it expects to return to full output. The Novo Mesto, Slovenia, plant produced 211,493 cars in 2010, down just 0.6% from its ...

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