BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, July 26 (Reuters) - The Argentine unit of French automaker Renault said on Friday it had suspended for a week an unspecified number of factory workers as demand dives amid a chaotic recession. In a move it and many other automakers have adopted in recent months in one of the sectors worst hit by the four-year slump, Renault Argentina said the suspension would runfrom July 25 to Aug. 2. "The decision aims to match production levels to the scarce demand in the ...
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