Peugeot offers French factory pledges for union deal


PARIS, Sept 25 (Reuters) - PSA Peugeot Citroen has offered commitments to produce at least 1 million vehicles annually in France over the next three years and keep all domestic plants open, a union official said on Wednesday. The pledge, made by Chief Executive Philippe Varin in the latest round of talks with unions, depends on the successful conclusion of a new labour deal including wage restraint, increased flexibility and internal transfers. Peugeot told ...


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