Carmaker PSA drops plan to bring Polish workers to French plant

French carmaking group PSA has announced it is to abandon a plan to bring more than 500 workers from one of its sites in Poland to help out with re-starting production at a commercial vehicle plant in northern France, after sharp criticism that it should have turned to the local labour force instead.

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French carmaker PSA on Saturday said it was working on an alternative to bringing Polish workers to its Hordain factory in northern France to help with the ramp-up of production after a weeks-long shutdown caused by the coronavirus, reports Automotive News Europe.