Renault offers early retirement to 3,000 workers


* Workers could retire before legal retirement age * Plan aims to offset weakness in some parts of business PARIS, Nov 23 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault unveiled a plan on Tuesday to allow 3,000 workers in France to retire early, providing further evidence of tough times in the European auto sector. If Renault agrees a deal with the unions, the plan would be open for three years to certain employees, a spokeswoman said. They would be able to stop working before the legal ...

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