PARIS – Renault SA is bringing production of an older model back to France. The Clio II, which essentially was replaced by the Clio III last year, has been kept alive as a lower-priced entry level model called the Clio Campus in Western Europe, produced in Renault’s Slovenian factory of Novo Mesto. The move back to the Flins factory will add 400 jobs there, Renault says. Jobs will be offered to workers at other Renault plants where production is falling. When France loaned €3 billion ...

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