Renault Revolt

NPR's Edward Lifson reports from Belgium on the end of a five-month long labor action against the car-maker Renault (ren-OH). Renault closed the plant with plans to move the production to Spain. To negotiate for the best package they could get from the company, the auto workers took as hostages five-thousand brand new Renaults.

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