FRANKFURT, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Daimler Trucks is looking to lay off as many as a tenth of its assembly line workforce in the United States due to a decline in orders for commercial vehicles. In an interview with Handelsblatt newspaper, Trucks chief Andreas Renschler said that "up to 1,300 jobs in production" would be lost in the United States, a figure a spokesman later confirmed. Daimler hopes to re-employ these workers once demand recovers and is paying them ...
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