Titan CEO Still Looking to Buy Part of French Goodyear Plant

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PARIS, Oct 25 (Reuters) - U.S. tyre company Titan International still wants to buy part of the Goodyear plant in northern France that has been earmarked for closure, provided that unions agree, Titan's CEO said in a radio interview on Friday. The factory in Amiens makes agricultural and road tyres and employs 1,200 staff. It belongs to Goodyear France, a subsidiary of U.S. firm Goodyear which wants to close the plant because it says the road tyres business is unprofitable. Titan ...

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