Sept 28 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler proposed voluntary redundancy packages on Wednesday that aim to cut 8,500 jobs at its premium division Mercedes Car Group. Here are the details: WHO: Staff at the Mercedes Car Group in Germany will be affected. The division employed around 105,000 staff at the end of last year, of which some 94,000 were in Germany. WHEN: The jobs are expected to be eliminated over the next 12 months, with most agreements with staff to be set by the end of the year. ...
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