PARIS – France wants to save its auto industry jobs without spending any more money. Industry leaders met in late November with the ministers of industry and labor, who announced a second generation of the automobile pact created in 2009 when the first economic crisis struck. But they offered no details. A key element of the original pact was an agreement by auto makers to pay suppliers more quickly. It also set up a committee including both auto makers and suppliers called the ...

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