STOCKHOLM, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Volvo Car Corporation, owned by U.S. automaker Ford Motor Co , plans to shed up to 1,000 jobs in addition to sweeping cuts already announced, Swedish television reported on Sunday, citing unnamed sources. A spokeswoman for the company said she could neither comment on nor deny the report by Swedish public service channel SVT. The new cuts would mainly affect white-collar employees at the carmaker, which is grappling with weak market demand and surging raw ...
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