FRANKFURT, July 25 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler and its works council reaffirmed on Monday a pact that preserves German jobs to 2012 and said any job cuts would have to be based on staff volunteering for severance pay, the works council said on Monday. "Should there be excess personnel, then this problem has to be resolved via agreements on voluntary departures," it said in a statement, adding details of severance pay would be discussed in the months ahead.
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