May 31 - Total employment in the vehicle manufacturing sector has been declining in western Europe but rising in eastern Europe amid restructuring by companies eager to cut costs, according to figures compiled by the ACEA industry group. Employment in the motor vehicle sector represents nearly 7 percent of total employment in the EU manufacturing industry. 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Belgium 53,447 53,554 51,900 48,922 45,600 Denmark 7,507 6,958 6,548 6,300 5,974 Germany 855,500 863,300 ...
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