RENAULT CALLS 2,000 ADDITIONAL JOBS IN FRANCE, 9 NEW VEHICLES
PARIS (Reuters) – Renault announced Thursday evening its intention to cut up to 2,000 additional jobs in France as part of the restructuring of its engineering and support activities, as well as the production in France of nine new vehicles as part of its electric shift.
“To position its engineering at the best level of the automotive industry, the group must continue to adapt its workforce, involving 1,600 potential departures,” said the diamond group in a press release issued on the occasion of the opening of three-year negotiations. with its unions.
“In line with the actions taken by the group to control its costs, a refocusing of support functions, which could lead to 400 departures in France, was presented”, he added.
(Gilles Guillaume, edited by Tangi Salaün)