* Head of French operations says all options open if no deal * Renault denies accusation it threatened two plant closures * Factory production stoppages set By Gilles Guillaume PARIS, Jan 23 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault said workers needed to make concessions on pay and conditions to safeguard the future of domestic plants. Gerard Leclercq, Renault's head of French operations, said on Wednesday that without a ...
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