Renault job losses: French automaker suffers a slump in demand
French automaker Renault is to slash 15,000 jobs worldwide, in a bid to save billions of dollars.
French automaker Renault will slash 15,000 jobs worldwide, in a bid to save billions of dollars.
Renault has struggled with plummeting car sales because of coronavirus lockdowns, the transition to more electric car production and the fallout from the arrest in 2018 of its former boss, Carlos Ghosn.
Al Jazeera’s Natacha Butler reports from a Renault factory near Paris.
Published On 30 May 2020