Valeo says to temporarily close some French plants


PARIS, Nov 27 (Reuters) - One of Europe's leading car parts makers, Valeo , said on Thursday it planned to temporarily shut some French plants during the year-end holidays due to declining car production. "We plan to temporarily close some sites for two weeks on average due to a decline in the production of carmakers," a company spokesan said. He would not provide further details. The European auto industry is struggling with plummeting sales as the worsening economic climate hits ...

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