FRANKFURT, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Germany's DaimlerChrysler plans to cut 800 cable making jobs at its Mannheim trucks plant and shift to cheaper supplies from eastern Europe, the workers council said on Monday. The job cuts, equivalent to about nine percent of jobs at the plant in southwestern Germany, will save the car and truck maker about 25 million euros (dollars). The workers council said the cuts were unavoidable as it was the only way to generate the savings. "The workers cannot give ...
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