Daimler: no plans to cut hours at largest car plant


STUTTGART, Germany, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Daimler has no plans to cut working hours at its largest car plant Sindelfingen, a spokesman for the German luxury carmaker said on Tuesday. A person familiar with the situation had told Reuters on Monday Daimler was planning to cut production at Sindelfingen, as deteriorating markets in Europe and China hit sales of its Mercedes-Benz cars unit. Labour representatives and management are currently negotiating shift plans, ...

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