FRANKFURT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler's premium Mercedes Car Group division plans to cut more than 8,000 jobs in Germany, instead of 5,000 as previously expected, a German newspaper reported on Tuesday. The Stuttgarter Nachrichten newspaper did not cite a source for its report, but said plans for the layoffs could be presented on Wednesday. The paper released the story in advance of publication on Wednesday. A DaimlerChrysler spokesman declined to comment. DaimlerChrysler ...
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