PARIS – The French government and unions are enemies over a change to the French retirement system, but they are angry allies in a war with an American supplier of automotive electronic connectors. French industry minister Christian Estrosi has asked Renault SA and PSA Peugeot Citroen to stop doing business with Lisle, IL-based Molex Inc., which has reneged on an agreement to pay unemployment benefits to workers it fired in closing a factory near Toulouse a year ago. Anger has followed ...

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