Renault delays Argentine plant restart BUENOS AIRES — Renault SA delays restarting its Argentina plant following a summer vacation, after the company and unions disagree about payment to suspended workers. The automaker wanted to pay the 1,200 laid-off workers 50% of their salary while unions would like the workers to receive 75%. The plant, which was shut down for vacation, has seen its output cut because of neighboring Brazil's economic problems. Almost 50% of its workers will be laid ...

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