FACTBOX-Key facts about automakers' hourly job cuts


March 26 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp said on Thursday that 7,500 of its U.S. hourly workers had taken buyout and early retirement offers to leave the company by April 1. [ID:nN26492950] Here are key facts about hourly job cuts at GM, Ford Motor Co and Chrysler LLC over the past few years. * GM cut 34,000 UAW-represented factory jobs in 2006 and another 19,000 in 2008 through buyouts and early retirement incentives. Including the latest round of buyouts, the struggling automaker has ...

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