threatened french auto parts workers in election spotlight
Workers at the threatened French auto parts factory held a meeting with Treasury officials and their major auto maker customers Renault and PSA Group after a union delegation teamed up with President Emmanuel Macron
As a test of the new president\'s economic intervention, the fate of the small company, General Motors, has been watched.
The second round of parliamentary elections, which began on Sunday, is scheduled for June 18.
Union officials at the factory said Saturday they will hold talks in the ministry next week. The factory employs 277 employees in the central Creuse area for stamping metal parts.
Mark Long seeks a majority for his recently created RepublicLREM)
After winning the presidential election last month, the party met with a General Motors workers\' delegation during a visit to senior neighbors.
In the Vienna area on Friday.
\"I assure you that I will do my best,\" he said to a protest employee . \".
\"But I\'m not Santa.
\"The factory engineering committee also requested that the local bankruptcy court postpone the next hearing until the end of June in order to give potential bidders more time to submit their offers. (
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