FRANKFURT, April 25 (Reuters) - Workers at Daimler will hold a demonstration on Monday over plans by the German carmaker to restructure its network of showrooms owned and operated by the company. Daimler has said it is looking at what to do with these dealerships as part of plans to cut costs at its premium brand Mercedes-Benz and narrow the profitability gap with rivals. "We fear that branches could be spun off from Daimler and sold," a spokeswoman for union IG Metall said in a ...
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