FRANKFURT, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Labour representatives on DaimlerChrysler's supervisory board will not fight planned job cuts that will reduce the carmaker's white-collar staff by a fifth, a senior official said on Wednesday. Helmut Lense, a board member who heads the works council at Daimler's Untertuerkheim plant, said labour would instead push to ensure that workers affected by the latest job cuts were not subjected to forced layoffs and got adequate compensation. "I don't think that we ...
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