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Europe: truck maker MAN SE cuts work hours for 4,000 employees


Europe’s third largest heavy truck maker announced it would begin scaling back truck production output by decreasing work hours for as many as 4,000 workers as the region’s demand in key markets has been dropping. Anders Nielsen, head of MAN’s commercial-vehicle unit, commented during a press conference in Hanover, Germany that industrywide sales across Europe are forecasted to slump no less ...
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