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Employees of Auto Chassis International, owned by French automaker Renault, demonstrate on the Le Mans' bypass to protest against job cuts on February 5, 2013 in Le Mans, western France. Renault, which announced plans to cut 7,500 jobs in France through natural attrition and early retirement has pledged not to close any factories if unions agree to changes that allow the company to compete. Renault officials gave the document to union leaders at a meeting, which said if there was no deal was made on measures to boost the company's competitive position 'the promise not to close factories could not be kept and closures would occur. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER (Photo credit should read jean francois monier/AFP/Getty Images)
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Employees of Auto Chassis International, owned by French automaker Renault, demonstrate on the Le Mans' bypass to protest against job cuts on February 5, 2013 in Le Mans, western France. Renault, which announced plans to cut 7,500 jobs in France through natural attrition and early retirement has pledged not to close any factories if unions agree to changes that allow the company to compete. Renault officials gave the document to union leaders at a meeting, which said if there was no deal was made on measures to boost the company's competitive position 'the promise not to close factories could not be kept and closures would occur. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER (Photo credit should read jean francois monier/AFP/Getty Images)
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February 05, 2013
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Employees of Auto Chassis International owned by French automaker... News Photo 160764419Cut,Employment Issues,France,French Culture,Healthcare And Medicine,Heart Bypass Surgery,Horizontal,Labor,Le Mans,Occupation,Protest,Renault,Sarthe,Vehicle Manufacturers' Brand NamesPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPEmployees of Auto Chassis International, owned by French automaker Renault, demonstrate on the Le Mans' bypass to protest against job cuts on February 5, 2013 in Le Mans, western France. Renault, which announced plans to cut 7,500 jobs in France through natural attrition and early retirement has pledged not to close any factories if unions agree to changes that allow the company to compete. Renault officials gave the document to union leaders at a meeting, which said if there was no deal was made on measures to boost the company's competitive position 'the promise not to close factories could not be kept and closures would occur. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER (Photo credit should read jean francois monier/AFP/Getty Images)