MADRID –  Management at PSA Peugeot Citroen’s largest Spanish plant, in Vigo, is asking workers for pay cuts in order to secure production of the revamped Citroen Berlingo/Peugeot Partner vans, codenamed K9. Because of the size of the new vehicle program, only two plants would appear to be likely candidates for the program, Vigo in Northwest Spain, which builds the models now, and the PSA operation in Trnava, Slovakia. Planned volumes for the K9 are set at 200,000 units ...

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