Renault families quit Algeria on security worries


PARIS, Jan 22 (Reuters) - French auto firm Renault has withdrawn the dependents of three expatriate staff members from Algeria temporarily due to security concerns, a company spokeswoman said on Tuesday. "We have started pulling out the families of the expats from Jan. 20 because of the security situation," the spokeswoman said. "We are monitoring the situation." She did not elaborate. Renault has a sales network in Algeria, but no manufacturing plant. It says it has eight expatriate ...

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