FRANKFURT, May 26 (Reuters) - Mercedes-Benz, part of DaimlerChrysler , plans to cut up to 750 jobs at its Stuttgart-Untertuerkheim component plant, German newspaper Stuttgarter Nachrichten wrote on Saturday, citing union sources. The paper said the move followed earlier redundancies at Untertuerkheim, the company's second biggest German location, where last year 1,100 of a total 20,000 jobs were shed. The new round would aim at asking 150 people at a time to leave with compensation ...
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