FRANKFURT, Sept 24 (Reuters) - The Mercedes unit of German automaker DaimlerChrysler plans to cut production at its biggest German plant due to the tough market, according to a workers' magazine obtained by Reuters on Wednesday. The factory's management told the workers council at Mercedes' Sindelfingen plant that changed market conditions would force lower production levels and that would have an impact on some workers with short-term contracts, the September edition of the Brennpunkt ...
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