PARIS, April 29 (Reuters) - PSA Peugeot Citroen unions voted on Monday to back plans to cut thousands of jobs and close a plant, the central plank of the French carmaker's efforts to halt ongoing losses. A majority of unions had agreed last month to back the plan, including 8,000 French job cuts and the closure of Peugeot's Aulnay plant near Paris. But the cuts were delayed by a legal challenge filed by the leftwing CGT and Sud labour groupings. The Paris high ...
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