Meanwhile, officials said the Belgian government may soon take Renault to court for breaking labour laws with Thursday's sudden announcement that the factory at Vilvoorde will close in July. AP - Brussels
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Renault workers and their supporters took to the streets of Brussels to protest against the French car-maker's decision to close a factory employing 3,100 people near the Belgian capital.