* Says French factories could make 80,000 extra vehicles/yr * Renault proposes pay freeze for 2013 (Adds detail, background) PARIS, Jan 22 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault told unions it could produce an extra 80,000 vehicles a year at its domestic factories for partners Nissan or Daimler if workers agreed to a new labour deal. That would represent 15 percent of 2012 French production for the automaker, which is pushing workers to accept a ...
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