Renault plant closed because of cyberattack
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In France, auto manufacturer Renault said one of its plants, which employs 3,500 people in Douai, northern France, wasn't reopening Monday as technicians continued to deal with the aftermath of the global cyberattack.
The company described the temporary halt in production as a "preventative step." The company gave no details on the degree to which the plant was affected by the malware. Renault said all of its other plants in France were open Monday.
In Japan, sister company Nissan Motor Co. confirmed Monday some units had been targeted, but there was no major impact on its business.