FACTBOX-Production curbs by German vehicle makers


Nov 28 (Reuters) - German car and truck makers are cutting working hours, extending normal year-end holidays and shutting down factories to slow output at a time of slumping demand. Measures announced so far include: MAN Shutting three German truck plants from Dec. 12 to Jan. 9 to clear out overtime accumulated by around 14,000 full-time staff. Normally it takes two weeks off for Christmas. It says it will probably apply this month for shorter working hours. DAIMLER Discussing ...

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