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Volvo Plans to Implement a $780M Restructuring Plan


Volvo recently announced its plans to invest $780 million in the following two years, part of its restructuring plan. "The programme encompasses both reduction of white collar employees and consultants and efficiency enhancements in the global industrial system," the company wrote in a statement. The automaker did not say how many jobs will be affected by the restructuring plan. The world's second ...
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Three Labor Unions Agreed With Renault’s Restructuring Plan
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Renault gets approval from third labor union for job cuts
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